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Pigmented Vitreous Cyst Within the Posterior Precortical Vitreous Pocket

A floating, semitransparent, round pigmented cyst can be seen on swept-source optical coherence tomography within the posterior precortical vitreous pocket, which may explain why the cyst presented limited movement when the eyes moved throughout the video. The interior of the cyst was made of hyperreflective septa, which appeared slightly condensed in the center. Pigmented vitreous cysts are rare and often found incidentally. When noted in asymptomatic patients, careful observation for any changes that affect vision typically is the appropriate management. Click the Related Article link for full details.

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