In most cases, CSCR will resolve on its own over a period of weeks to months, especially if the underlying factors or medications causing the problem can be identified and stopped.
However, sometimes treatment may be offered if the problem continues, or re-occurs frequently. Current treatment options include photodynamic therapy (PDT), using a non-thermal "cold" laser together with an intravenous medication (verteporfin), or laser photocoagulation using with a thermal "hot" laser, to "seal" the leak and reduce fluid accumulation under the retina. Successful treatment does not guarantee that CSCR will not recur in the future in either eye.
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