Sequential multimodal imaging findings in a case of primary vitreoretinal lymphoma
Retin Cases Brief Rep
PURPOSE: To report the utility of multimodal imaging including color photography, fundus autofluorescence (FAF), and spectral domain optical coherence tomography in a case of primary vitreoretinal lymphoma. METHODS: Color photographs, FAF, and the spectral domain optical coherence tomography images were performed at baseline and through 12 months of follow-up. RESULTS: At baseline and follow-up visits, spectral domain optical coherence tomography and FAF were more sensitive than color photography in showing the extent of disease. With treatment, spectral domain optical coherence tomography showed resolution of subretinal hyperreflective material while FAF imaging showed a reduction in hyperreflective dots, which were present at baseline. CONCLUSION: Spectral domain optical coherence tomography and FAF were more sensitive than color photographs in showing the disease extent and response to treatment. These imaging techniques may supplement other metrics used to monitor the patients with primary vitreoretinal lymphoma.