Ruptura Coroidea y Neovascularización Coroidea Secundarias a Trauma con Seguimiento de 24 años. Reporte de Caso

Kelly Montes, Alvaro Rodriguez, Rolando Bechara, Marcela Valencia, Claudia Castaño

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Objetivo: Describir el seguimiento clínico por 24 años de una ruptura coroidea y su neovascularización coroidea secundaria a trauma ocular cerrado. Efectuar una revisión bibliográfi ca de esta patología. Destacar la importancia de observaciones prolongadas para completar su historia natural.
Diseño: Reporte de caso no intervencionista.
Método: Retrospectivo, en caso de trauma ocular cerrado y sus consecuencias estudiadas en seguimiento cuidadoso de 24 años y la ayuda diagnóstica de la tomografía óptica coherente, la fl uoroangiografía y el campo visual. 

Resultado: Reconocimiento de glaucoma y catarata que disminuyeron la visión a 20/120 veinticuatro años después de la contusión ocular.
Conclusión: La neovascularizacion coroidea secundaria a ruptura coroidea traumática subfoveal aparece en tiempo variable luego de trauma ocular contuso, compromete la recuperación anatómica y visual, y es de pronóstico reservado de acuerdo con su localización según hallazgos en observación prolongada.


Palabras clave


Trauma cerrado, ruptura coroidea, neovascularización coroidea secundari

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Figura 8A. Alteración CV OD (2013) Figura 8B. Alteración CV OI (2013)

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