Acute annular outer retinopathy
A rare acquired retinal disorder characterized by unilateral acute onset rapidly progressive visual field loss. Sometimes patients have photopsia and complain of floaters. Typical ophthalmoscopic finding is a unilateral yellowish-white annular intraretinal line splitting the retinal field to affected outer retina with thinning and normal retina. Gradual spontaneous visual recovery has been observed.
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