Central Serous Retinopathy

Central Serous Chorioretinopathy (CSC) is an eye disorder characterized by a blister of fluid beneath the macula, the small, specialized area of the retina that gives us our straight-ahead reading and driving vision. CSC generally affects younger men.

The majority of blisters will resolve spontaneously within 3 to 4 months with restoration of essentially normal vision. In some cases, however, CSC does not spontaneously resolve or has more severe symptoms that may require treatment. Though this disease may clear up on its own, it is important that any sudden changes in your vision be thoroughly examined by a qualified eye doctor. Bennett & Bloom Eye Centers is committed to your eye health. We stay on the forefront of technology and currently offer a number of treatment options for this disease. Read more.

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