• Central serous chorioretinopathy (CSCR) presents a complex challenge, encompassing acute, chronic, and atypical manifestations that necessitate distinct management approaches.
  • A condition characterized by the accumulation of subretinal fluid leading to a localized serous detachment of the macula, typically manifests unilaterally.
  • Bilateral involvement may be seen in up to 40% of cases.
  • The progression of CSCR adheres to a widely acknowledged pattern, with discernable clinical manifestations.
  • This clinical scenario demands a nuanced approach to diagnosis, management, and visual prognosis.