IJSRP, Volume 12, Issue 2, February 2022 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
A 37 year old patient having gradual decrease in vision in left eye over six weeks with best corrected VA of 6/36 and 6/6 With and without pinhole glasses in left and right eye respectively. his peripheral vision was normal. edema and elevation of the macular area is seen on dilated fundus examination. OCT examination shows retinal elevation with multiple cystic spaces within the retinal layer. Flower petals appearance was clearly demonstrated under OCT with the average central foveal thickness measuring 295μm & 380.9μm, left and right eye, (see Figure 1) respectively, and his visual acuity was recorded 6/6 and 6/36 respectively (See figure 1). His right eye remain normal. A clinical diagnosis of CME on left eye was made. There is no history of other systematic illness. He was advised topical corticosteroids and non-steroidal anti-inﬂammatory, eye drops, and was suggested for left eye Intravitreal Ozurdex Implant. on his follow up after six weeks there were no significant improvement in his vision, and his average macular thickness worsen. (see Figure 2) then he was advised for alternative therapies. Later a dilated ocular examination was performed and started alternative therapies which includes, Eye yoga Exercise, Yoga, Shatkarma, Moxibustion and antioxidant diet rich in Vitamin A,C & E.