typical presentation of frosted branch angiitis from Turkey: a case report Case report (3860) Total Article Views Authors: Burak Turgut, Mehmet Kaan Kaya, Tamer Demir, et al Published Date April 2010 Volume 2010:2 Pages 39 - 41 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/OPTO.S9693 Burak Turgut, Mehmet Kaan Kaya, Tamer Demir, Ulku Celiker, Orhan Aydemir Department of Ophthalmology, Firat University School of Medicine, Elazig, Turkey Abstract: Frosted branch angiitis (FBA) is a rare kind of retinal angiitis. We report an atypical case of FBA from Turkey. A 35-year-old Turkish woman complained of blurred vision in her left eye. Fundus examination revealed the perivascular white sheathing around major veins, predominantly on the inferior retina, and macular edema in the left eye. A comprehensive search failed to detect any underlying etiology. In systemic examinations, no pathologic finding was obtained except a slight elevation in Epstein–Barr virus (EBV) titer. EBV might be the probable cause of atypical FBA. Thus, the laboratory tests for EBV should also be performed during the etiological examination of patients with FBA.