Polanská V., Vysloužilová D., Koláø P.

Methods:

Authors report a case of 58 year-old patient with bilateral cystoid oedema. We did not see any signs of uveitis or any choroidal neovascular membranes on fluorescein angiography. We found positive toxoplasmosis test (only Ig G). We began with treatment with antibiotics per os – clindamycin 300 mg was given every 8 hours for 14 days. During the next examination the patient had found foveal depression in both eyes on OCT.

Effectiveness / Safety:

Inflammatory cause should be considered in the differential diagnosis of patients with bilateral cystoid macular oedema.