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A yellowish-white preretinal lesion is present just inferotemporal to the left optic disc. It is mulberry shaped and has fine surface vessels.

Case 26

Figure 1. A yellowish-white preretinal lesion is present just inferotemporal to the left optic disc. It is mulberry shaped and has fine surface vessels.

Author and Editor: Adrian Fung

A 91-year old lady was referred by another ophthalmologist with a mass in her left eye.

Case history

A 91-year-old lady was referred by another ophthalmologist with a yellowish-white, mulberry shaped mass in her left eye (Figure 1) . This had been detected incidentally on routine fundus photography taken by her optometrist.

Visual acuity was 6/7.5 in both eyes. Intraocular pressures were normal. Other than the fundus lesion and presence of intraocular lenses, the rest of the ocular examination was unremarkable.

OCT demonstrates cystoid macular oedema

Figure 2. OCT demonstrates cystoid macular oedema

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