These are photos of central serious retinopathy in the right eye of a patient in his 30’s, taken one year apart. The best visual acuity when the CSR presented was 20/60 and one year later is 20/20. He reports some subjective change in color perception that likely will remain permanent. You can see that there is some residual pigment mottling left over.
The photos below are the autofluorescent photos captured at the same times. There is mild hyperautofluorescence at initial presentation and some hypoautofluorescence remaining the long-term effect on the retina of the CSR.