Berlinische clouding the retina

Berlinische clouding the retina (R. Berlin; SYN. commotio retinae - changes retina, developing a few hours after contusion of the eyeball. Ophthalmoscopically: grayish-white haze retina, often with scalloped edges; localized according to contusion or on the opposite site of the retina; more gentle turbidity is observed in the macula (Fig). The development of turbidity may be due to one of the following causes: hemorrhage and edema deep layers of the retina, the advent of specimens between the retina and vascular membranes, changes in colloid interstitial substance retina. In most cases, turbidity quickly absorbed and vision is restored completely. Treatment is not usually required.