Central serous chorioretinopathy is characterized by the presence of fluid between the RPE and neurosensory retina.
Following therapy, the neurosensory detachment has decreased in height.
Detachment of the RPE is characterized by accumulation of fluid between the highly reflective RPE and the moderately reflective choriocapillaris.
OCT is capable of detecting small, fluid-filled, cystic spaces within the macula.
In this 29 year-old man with familial X-linked juvenile retinoschisis and foveal schisis by ophthalmoscopy, OCT reveals cystoid changes and schisis cavities within the retina.
Exudates appear as accumulation of dense material within the neurosensory retina.