Central Serous Retinopathy
Central serous retinopathy (CSR) is a retinal disorder that affects the macula. CSR occurs when a small break forms in the pigment layer of the retina, allowing fluid to collect under the retina. The leakage causes a small detachment of the layers under the retina. CSR usually occurs in one eye, but may involve both eyes. The exact cause of this process is unknown.
Signs and Symptoms
- Objects appear smaller than their actual size.
- Objects may appear discolored.