Central serous chorioretinopathy (CSCR) is a disorder characterized by the serous detachment of the sensory retina in the posterior pole. Although CSCR usually resolves spontaneously, the patients may notice residual visual deficits, despite recovering normal visual acuity. The aim of this study is to compare the blue-on-yellow perimetric parameters with conventional automated perimetric parameters in the detection of visual deficits in patients with resolved CSCR. Eighteen patients who had spontaneous recovered from CSCR were enrolled this study. All subjects were examined twice with each type of perimetry. Wilcoxon test was used for statistical analysis. The achromatic perimetric mean deviation values were significantly higher in patients with CSCR than in the control group, while statistically a significant difference was determined for all of blue-on-yellow perimetric values. In conclusion the loss of central retinal sensitivity remains after resolution of the CSCR even if the visual acuity has recovered to normal. Blue-on-yellow perimetry is more sensitive than achromatic perimetry to reveal this central sensitivity loss.