Michael Colucciello MD       

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Central serous Chorioretinopathy (CSC) 

An episode of CSC is characterized by blurred/wavy central vision associated with a "blister" in the macula.  Those afflicted with CSC perceive that objects appear smaller in the affected eye.

Dr. Colucciello's published update on CSC

A "blister" of (sub-retinal) fluid is seen to the left of the optic disc in the macula of this right eye.  The OCT (scan) image shows the blister in the detached macula: