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Retinopathia sclopetaria #1, After Contusion, Pathology Specimen

Retinopathia sclopetaria #1, After Contusion, Pathology Specimen
Blunt trauma damages and results in scarring of the retina, pigment epithelium and choroid. Here the atrophic retina contains clusters of pigmented cells. The lack of an intact pigment epithelium and choroidal capillaries, make the larger choroidal vessels well visible .
Völcker, Hans-Eberhard, Prof. Dr. med., Univ.-Augenklinik, EOPS, Heidelberg, Germany
S05.1
Retina -> Trauma (Injury) -> Berlin's Edema, Retinopathia Sclopetaria
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