ENLARGEMENT OF SCLEROCHOROIDAL CALCIFICATIONS: MULTIMODAL IMAGING UPDATE

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Abstract

Purpose:

To report the multimodal imaging and enlargement of sclerochoroidal calcifications over a 10-year period.

Methods:

Case report of a 74-year-old white man who presented for routine follow-up and was found to have yellow chorioretinal lesions in the right eye.

Results:

Multimodal imaging was performed and confirmed sclerochoroidal calcifications. Comparison of fundus photography over a 10-year period demonstrated growth of preexisting lesions and the development of new lesions in the right eye.

Conclusion:

Over time, this patient developed new sclerochoroidal calcifications and enlargement of preexisting calcifications. We, therefore, recommend regular follow-up with periodic multimodal imaging for these patients.

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