To describe two cases of dome-shaped macula (DSM) and serous macular detachment, the diagnosis of which was enhanced with a radial optical coherence tomography (OCT) scanning protocol.Methods:
Retrospective case series of DSM associated with serous macular detachment. Multimodal retinal imaging was performed including spectral domain OCT with a radial scan protocol and en face OCT angiography. Anatomical outcomes before and after therapy are presented.Results:
Two cases of DSM associated with serous macular detachment are described. The dome-shaped macular bulge was more clearly elicited as the cause of serous macular detachment with the employment of a radial OCT scanning protocol. Subretinal fluid resolved in both cases using either intravitreal aflibercept injection or half-fluence photodynamic therapy. En face OCT angiography of the choroid demonstrated reduction in the caliber of choroidal vessels after treatment.Conclusion:
A radial OCT scanning protocol should be considered in eyes with suspicion of DSM, especially in myopic eyes with subretinal fluid. Intravitreal aflibercept therapy or photodynamic therapy may be considered as a treatment for serous macular detachment because of DSM.