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Choroidal osteoma
Four to six month ago my wife loss the vision in right eye. After diagnose choroidal osteoma found in both eye but vision of left eye is OK. Please suggest any possible treatment about osteoma.
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Dr Krishna Bhojwani
Ophthalmologist/ Eye Surgeon 24 yrs exp Nagpur
Choridal osteoma is a very rare disease, very few cases have been reported. there is calcification of the layer of retina. some cases the vision remains stable in some condition it may deteriorate. if there is choroidal neovasacular membrane formation an injection is given in eye to stabilise it. show local doctor or send retinal images
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