A CASE REPORT ON SCHALZMANN NODULAR DEGENERATION
Dr. Seema*, Dr. Ramesh Kaundal and Dr. Deepti Parmar
A 54-year-old woman presented to eye OPD with a 5-year history of painless, progressive loss of vision in both eyes. Gradual, painless loss of vision in both eyes (right greater than left) progressed gradually over last 3 years at both distance and near. She has had 3 updates of her spectacle prescription that have not provided satisfactory vision. There was no history of diurnal variation in vision.
Past Ocular History revealed Myopia, presbyopia, astigmatism. Dry eye syndrome was present with relief of symptoms with artificial tears. Medical History was nonsignificant. No ocular medications. No family history of glaucoma, macular degeneration, blindness or known ocular diseases.
Ocular Exam revealed best corrected Visual acuity (VA) with correction in Right eye (OD): 6/9, left eye: 6/6
Intraocular pressure (applanation): OD 16 mm Hg, OS 18 mm Hg. Pupils: Equal, round, 4 mm in dark, 2 mm in light, no relative afferent pupillary defect.Visual fields: Full to confrontation both eyes (OU).Motility: Full OU
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