It is important to remember that distortion is also caused by drusen, epiretinal membrane, macular traction and disciform
scar, which can be a cause of false positive referrals.
Pathogenesis of disciform
detachment of the neuroepithelium.
(13) Although we reviewed the material 2-dimensionally, most massive submucosal ganglia appeared to be globular, and only 1 massive submucosal ganglion appeared to be disciform
. The presumably disciform
massive submucosal ganglion occupied the Henle plexus and appeared to be orthogonal to the mucosa.
For example, in a retrospective observational series of25 patients with active neovascular AMD in one eye and disciform
scarring in the fellow eye, treatment of the eye with active disease with ranibizumab resulted in clinical improvement in the fellow eye with disciform
scarring, as measured by visual acuity, fluorescein angiography, and/or OCT .
Winship, "Senile disciform
macular degeneration and smoking," Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology, vol.
In turn, this leads to vascular leakage and fluid accumulation, with formation of fibrovascular disciform
scars in the retina that can be observed by ophthalmoscopy .
Late AMD was defined by the presence of at least one of the following pathological signs: geographic atrophy, disciform
scar, retinal pigment epithelial detachment, and subretinal hemorrhage.
In addition, topical steroids with topical acyclovir were used for disciform
canis vary greatly and may include disciform
macular detachment, multifocal granulomas, retinal tracks, peripheral retinal detachment, papillitis, peripheral retinal mass, pars plana mass, vitritis, endophthalmitis, and cataract.6 However, to our knowledge, retinal vasculitis has not been previously described in patients with ocular Toxocariasis.
The development of an experimental model of subretinal neovascularization in disciform
Local inflammatory process develops and central disciform
scar is formed.