The purpose of this study was to report on a case of Terson's syndrome (TS) using a novel instrument and technique to harvest posterior pole pathology from a postmortem eye. A modifed ocular clamp was used to remove the posterior pole from the postmortem enucleated eye. Gross photographs were taken and an ocular sample of the posterior pole was sent to The New York Eye and Ear Pathology Laboratory. TS was identifed from gross pathology and histologic examinations. The case history was consistent with that diagnosis. The authors concluded that high-quality gross and histopathologic examination of the posterior pole can be obtained with this novel instrument and technique.