A patient with acute onset bilateral blurry vision presented with bilateral multifocal serous detachments in the absence of other intraocular inflammatory findings. The patient had a past medical history notable for treated chlamydia and gonorrhea. The use of immunosuppressive agents (systemic or local steroids) was deferred until syphilis testing was obtained. After four days the bilateral subretinal fluid collections spontaneously resolved. Throughout the next few days, VA improved from 20/100 OD and 20/150 OS to 20/30 OU without further treatment or intervention. All infectious work-up was negative, and no systemic association or risk factors were detected. Here we present a case of probable VKH which spontaneously resolved without evidence of recurrence six weeks after the initial presentation.
Presentation Date: 01/05/2023
Issue Date: 01/13/2023
Continuing Medical Education (CME)