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“…In some cases, there was no immediate response to treatment with most patients showing anatomical improvement with VA stabilization. A recent study by Iovino et al [ 8 ] supports the use of PDT for PPS since in their cohort, best-corrected VA significantly improved from baseline to month 3. On the other hand, in a recent PPS case report, it is emphasized that CME in PPS may show significant fluctuations and sometimes observation should be the initial approach especially if vision is not considerably affected [ 9 ].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 87%
“…Baek and colleagues proposed a similar pathophysiological mechanism of arteriovenous shunting in eyes with peripapillary polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy (Baek et al 2019a). PDT has been shown to be effective in PPS in a recent pilot study that included 25 eyes of 23 patients (Iovino et al 2021). Similar to the proposed effects of PDT described above for CSC, the efficacy of PDT in PPS may involve closure of arteriovenous shunting, between a choroidal artery and choroidopial vein instead of a choroidal vein.…”
Section: Peripapillary Pachychoroid Syndromementioning
confidence: 91%
“…Due to relatively new recognition of this entity, only limited studies had evaluated the result of intervention for PPS. A retrospective study [ 84 ] of 25 eyes showed that PDT was effective in reducing SRF and CCT at 3 months, and the effect remained stable at 12 months. VA also improved from 0.59 logMAR units at baseline to 0.51 logMAR units at 3 months; however, the VA gain subsided with time afterwards to 0.60 logMAR units at 6 months and 0.65 at 12 months.…”
Section: Efficacy Of Photodynamic Therapy In Different Pachychoroid Diseasesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Lately, long-term visual and anatomic outcomes of patients with PPS were reported, showing that photodynamic therapy was a viable treatment option and overall visual outcome was relatively favorable. 4,5…”
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“…Lately, long-term visual and anatomic outcomes of patients with PPS were reported, showing that photodynamic therapy was a viable treatment option and overall visual outcome was relatively favorable. 4,5 Vitelliform lesions are defined as accumulations of yellowish subretinal material located between the photoreceptor layer and the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) in the macular area. Genetic causes for vitelliform lesions include mutations in BEST1, leading to Best macular dystrophy.…”
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confidence: 99%