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Ocular Albinism, OCT

Ocular Albinism, OCT
Optic coherence tomography (OCT) scanning the foveal area (white arrow) shows there is no foveal thinning of the retina, instead, there are several layers (six to eight) of ganglien cells. This explains the lack of a foveal reflex.
McCuen, Brooks, M.D., Duke University Eye Center, Durham, NC, USA
E70.31
Congenital Syndromes, Malformations and Abnomalities -> Hereditary Pigment Anomalies -> Ocular Albinism, congenital syndromes
congenital syndromes
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