Case Reports in Ophthalmological Medicine / 2015 / Article / Tab 1

Case Report

Jugular Vein Insufficiency and Choroidal Neovascularization in Moderate Myopia: A New Unknown Factor of Additional Risk?

Table 1

Ophthalmological examination.

Date of examination: January 23, 2013

PatientGenderBirthdate

V. A.FemaleNovember 20, 1957

Case History
Patient complains of acute onset of blurred vision in the left eye

Best corrected vision
 Right eye0.8 −5.25 sf −1.5 cyl @65°
 Left eye0.4 −5.25 sf −1.25 cyl @120°
Eye pressure
 Right eye14 mmHg
 Left eye14 mmHg
Anterior segment
 Right eyeNuclear cataract
 Left eyeNuclear cataract
Ophthalmoscopy
 Right eyeNormal
 Left eyeMacular hemorrhage

Conclusions
Clinical pictures compatible with CNV in pathological myopia (fluorescein angiography not performed because of allergy). We recommend intravitreal therapy with anti-VEGF drug

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