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41 Possible Causes for Bone Spicule Pigment Deposits Retinal

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa 41

    Fundus examination reveals bone spicule pigment deposits, attenuated retinal vessels, retinal atrophy and waxy optic nerve pallor.[orpha.net] Fundus examination of the probands showed bone-spicule-shaped pigment deposits, retinal vessel attenuation as well as retinal atrophy ( Fig. 2A and B ).[spandidos-publications.com] A clinical diagnosis of RP was based on the presence of night blindness, severe defects of the peripheral visual field, lesions in the fundus (bone-spicule-shaped pigment[spandidos-publications.com]

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa

    Dilated funduscopy also showed bone spicule-like pigmented deposits, typical for retinitis pigmentosa.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Fundus examination reveals bone spicule pigment deposits, attenuated retinal vessels, retinal atrophy and waxy optic nerve pallor.[orpha.net]

  • Pigmented Paravenous Retinochoroidal Atrophy

    deposition along the retinal veins.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] overlying intraretinal bone spicule pigment deposition along retinal veins(1).[text-br.123dok.com] […] with overlying intraretinal bone spicule pigment deposition along retinal veins.[ru.involuntary.us]

  • Retinitis

    Fundus examination reveals bone spicule pigment deposits, attenuated retinal vessels, retinal atrophy and waxy optic nerve pallor.[orpha.net] The ophthalmologist often sees bone spicule pigment deposits on retinal exam. Kinetic visual field testing is essential for the diagnosis.[globalgenes.org]

  • Boucher-Neuhauser Syndrome

    […] with pigment deposition resembling bone spicules.[disorders.eyes.arizona.edu] Some clumps of pigment deposition (without bone spicule configuration) were also seen. The retinal vessels and optic disc appeared normal ( Fig. 2A, B ).[synapse.koreamed.org] Chorioretinopathy, Ataxia, and Hypogonadism Clinical Characteristics Ocular Features: The retinal pigment epithelium changes may be seen as early as the first decade of life[disorders.eyes.arizona.edu]

  • Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism Type 18

    […] with pigment deposition resembling bone spicules.[disorders.eyes.arizona.edu] Chorioretinopathy, Ataxia, and Hypogonadism Clinical Characteristics Ocular Features: The retinal pigment epithelium changes may be seen as early as the first decade of life[disorders.eyes.arizona.edu] Retinal vessels may be attenuated. Progressive loss of vision, dyschromatopsia, and photophobia are the primary ocular symptoms.[disorders.eyes.arizona.edu]

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa 26

    Fundus examination reveals bone spicule pigment deposits, attenuated retinal vessels, retinal atrophy and waxy optic nerve pallor.[orpha.net] All affected individuals in these familial cases manifested cardinal symptoms of RP, including attenuated retinal arteries and bone spicule–like pigment deposits accompanied[molvis.org] Fundus photographs of affected individuals revealed typical symptoms of RP, including attenuated retinal arteries, a waxy, pale optic disc, and bone spicule–like pigment deposits[molvis.org]

  • Degenerative Disorder

    Figure 2 Fundus of patient with retinitis pigmentosa, mid stage (Bone spicule-shaped pigment deposits are present in the mid periphery along with retinal atrophy, while the[doi.org] Fundus examination (Figure 1 ) may seem normal, as bone spicule-shaped pigment deposits are not present or rare.[doi.org] Fundus examination (Figure 2 ) reveals the presence of bone spicule-shaped pigment deposits in the mid periphery, along with atrophy of the retina.[doi.org]

  • Retinitis pigmentosa, Y-Linked

    Fundus examination reveals bone spicule pigment deposits, attenuated retinal vessels, retinal atrophy and waxy optic nerve pallor.[orpha.net] The ophthalmologist often sees bone spicule pigment deposits on retinal exam. Kinetic visual field testing is essential for the diagnosis.[globalgenes.org] Fundus examination showed a bilateral round atrophy of the macula, narrowed retinal vessels, atrophic optic discs, and many bone spicule pigment deposits in the retinal periphery[molvis.org]

  • Gordon Holmes Syndrome

    […] with pigment deposition resembling bone spicules.[disorders.eyes.arizona.edu] Clinical Characteristics Ocular Features: The retinal pigment epithelium changes may be seen as early as the first decade of life with pigment deposition resembling bone spicules[disorders.eyes.arizona.edu] Chorioretinopathy, Ataxia, and Hypogonadism Clinical Characteristics Ocular Features: The retinal pigment epithelium changes may be seen as early as the first decade of life[disorders.eyes.arizona.edu]

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