A nearly 80-year-old patient presented with branch retinal vein occlusion of the left eye and cystoid macular edema, without evidence of capillary nonperfusion. At the baseline visit, their visual acuity was 6/6 (20/20) OD and 6/18 (20/63) OS. Over a 6-year period, the patient received the following interventions: 9 bevacizumab injections, 1 triamcinolone injection, and 7 dexamethasone intraocular implants. During a routine follow-up visit, the patient was noted to have a silicone oil droplet over the optic nerve head (Figure, A and B). This was asymptomatic and required no treatment.