At presentation, a 33-year-old patient has a central non rhegmatogenous retinal detachment and a peculiar gray area within the temporal portion of the optic nerve. The most likely diagnosis is:
|A.||congenital pit of the optic nerve.|
rhegmatogenous retinal detachment in which the hole was not found.
central serous chorioretinopathy.
Answer: A)congenital pit of the optic nerve
Explanation: Congenital pit of the optic nerve can vary in color, depth, and size. Optic pits often are associated with visual field defects. The relationship between the optic pits and a central serous chorioretinopathy-like has been emphasized.