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Ocular Albinism, Fundus

Ocular Albinism, Fundus
Upper left: Hypo-pigmented periphery, foveal reflex visible, foveolar reflex not visible. Upper right: Very blond fundus, foveal reflex not visible. Lower left: foveal hypoplasia with invisible foveal and foveolar reflex, lack of pigmentation centrally and peripherally. Lower right: Atypical choroidal vessels under fovea. unpigmented fundus and foveal hypoplasia.
Käsmann-Kellner, Barbara, Prof. Dr. med., Universitaets-Augenklinik, Homburg/Saar, Germany
E70.3
Congenital Syndromes, Malformations and Abnomalities -> Hereditary Pigment Anomalies -> Ocular Albinism, congenital syndromes
choroid, retina, pigment epithelium
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