Decompression retinopathy is a rare postoperative complication thought to arise in cases in which there is a sudden drop in IOP. More frequently, multiple intraretinal hemorrhages appear with central retinal vein occlusion, coagulopathies, and ocular ischemic syndrome. Both patients had no systemic diseases, and hemogram and coagulogram results were normal. The facts that no intraoperative retinal hemorrhages were noted, some round hemorrhages had white centers, and the IOP had a sudden drop immediately postoperatively called our attention to include decompression retinopathy in our differential diagnosis. Although fluorescein angiography was not performed, color fundus photographs showed no retinal venous dilation. In case 1, some venous branches were mildly tortuous (Figure 1), but this was not seen in case 2 (Figure 2). Carotid Doppler ultrasonography was not performed in these patients, but the lack of venous dilation, ocular pain, peripheral retinal hemorrhages, and retinal and optic disc neovessels as well as the fairly good visual recovery make the diagnosis of ocular ischemic syndrome less likely.