Case 02-2017—Discussion of clinical pearls derived from 4 challenging and unusual retinal cases

Yongsheng Huang, Lijun Zhou, Yuxin Yuan, Xiling Yu, Zhengjie Xu, Jie Hu, Tao Li, Lin Lu, Chenjin Jin, Xiaoling Liang

Abstract

Four challenging and unusual retinal cases: (I) 11-year follow-up for retinal hemangioblastoma with von Hippel-Lindau (VHL) disease; (II) treatment for central serous chorioretinopathy (CSC)—observation, half does photodynamic therapy (PDT) or micropulse laser photocoagulation; (III) diagnosis and treatment for a child with optic nerve defect; (IV) the optional treatment for retinal detachment (RD) with iridolenticular choroidal coloboma, were presented and discussed by three international retinal specialists at a retinal clinical round in Fundus Diseases Center of Zhongshan Ophthalmic Center (ZOC). The discussion helps us a better understanding of the pathogenesis and managements of these four retinal diseases and their association with systemic conditions.