Central Serous Retinopathy
Central serous retinopathy (CSR) is a condition that leads to accumulation of fluid under the retina, and usually affects the central part of the retina known as the macula. It typically affects males more than females. The usual age of diagnosis is between 20-40 years old.
CSR typically presents as blurry central vision, that may be associated with visual distortion. Straight lines may appear kinked, bent or wavy.
While the cause of CSR is not known, a number of factors can exacerbate the condition. Steroid use, in the form of injections, tablets, inhalers or even creams, can make the condition and prolong its duration. Patients with high levels of stress or type.