ATYPICAL PERIPAPILLARY INNER RETINOSCHISIS IN STELLATE NONHEREDITARY IDIOPATHIC FOVEOMACULAR RETINOSCHISIS
To describe an atypical presentation of a patient with stellate nonhereditary idiopathic foveomacular retinoschisis with peripapillary retinoschisis of multiple layers.Methods:
Complete ophthalmic examination including dilated extended ophthalmoscopy, fluorescein angiography, optical coherence tomography, optical coherence tomography angiography, and wide-field fundus photography.Results:
A 36-year-old Chinese American woman with mild myopia and good visual acuity (20/20) exhibited macular splitting of the outer plexiform layer on spectral domain optical coherence tomography with an attached hyaloid in her left eye. Peripheral spectral domain optical coherence tomography also demonstrated peripapillary and midperipheral inner retinoschisis, involving the outer plexiform layer and inner retina. The right eye was unremarkable. The diagnosis of stellate nonhereditary idiopathic foveomacular retinoschisis was made because of a lack of other associated ocular conditions and no family history of retinoschisis.Conclusion:
Stellate nonhereditary idiopathic foveomacular retinoschisis is a recently described and uncommon cause of foveomacular retinoschisis in myopic women with good visual acuity. Recent evidence suggests that peripheral imaging is key in identifying other findings, including midperipheral or peripapillary inner retinoschisis, involving the outer plexiform layer and the inner retina. Our patient may represent a variant of stellate nonhereditary idiopathic foveomacular retinoschisis that can be characterized by multilayer peripapillary retinoschisis.