The patient is a 19-year-old female who presented with 3 weeks of right eye pain, eyelid swelling, blurry vision, and headache. Visual acuity was counting fingers at 1 foot. Intraocular pressure was normal, and there was diffuse scleral injection on anterior examination. She had a mild anterior chamber reaction with 15 cells/high-powered field and a mild vitreous inflammatory reaction. Fundus examination revealed diffuse choroidal thickening with multilobulated serous retinal detachments worse inferiorly (Figures 1 and 2). Fluorescein angiography demonstrated severe optic disc leakage. Ultrasonography demonstrated diffuse choroidal thickening, a serous retinal detachment, and a prominent “T-sign” (Figure 3). The patient was diagnosed with posterior scleritis and treated with 80 mg of oral prednisone.
[Ophthalmic Surg Lasers Imaging Retina. 2019;50:660.]