It is a condition that affects the macula. The exact causes that cause it are not known, but stress is the most important predisposing and aggravating factor. The second most common cause is the use of corticosteroids. This condition usually affects young and middle-aged men. It is divided into two types:
It manifests as sudden blurring of vision in one eye. The patient sees distorted, dark and faded colors. Usually, multiple retinal detachments are accompanied by a collection of fluid under the macula and a sharp decrease in visual acuity.
The diagnosis is made with the following tests: