Patient Presentation: A 6-year-old male was referred to retina clinic for decreased vision in both eyes. He has a family history of myopia. On examination, vision was 20/80 OD and 20/70 OS. Slit lamp and fundus examination appeared normal. An OCT macula was performed and demonstrated the following:
Describe the OCT
Given the clinical scenario, what is the likely diagnosis?
Question: What investigation is most useful to definitively diagnose the condition?
1. Recognize the typical OCT appearance of macular retinoschisis.
2. Understand the differences in appearance of retinoschisis and macular edema on OCT.