Bilateral Serous Retinal Detachment and Uterine Atony in Association with Preeclampsia

Şadıman Kıykaç Altınbaş
Pınar Cenksoy
Ömer Lütfi Tapısız
Emre Hekimoğlu
Orhan Gelişen
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Retinal detachment is the separation of the neurosensory retina from the underlying retinal pigment epithelium. In pregnancy with hypertensive disorders, it is a very rare complication and usually seen bilaterally. Here, a case of bilateral serous retinal detachment and uterine atony in association with preeclampsia seen in the postpartum period of a term pregnant woman with no history of prior hypertension is presented.


Preeclampsia, Serous retinal detachment, Uterine atony, Obstetric complications

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