Ok. That's good. That is just another term for Berlin's edema.
The good news? The ophthalmologist is correct. This doesn't require any drops and will resolve on its own. Of course, like everything in medicine, some patients have complications that can cause vision problems
but this is very rare.
Here is a very good article on this topic.
How long will it take for her vision to come back? If her macula
(the important part of her retina used for all daily visual tasks) is involved, it may take 4 to 6 weeks. I would recommend that she be re-examined by an ophthalmologist 5 to 7 days after her last examination just to make sure things are going in the right direction.
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