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179 Possible Causes for Bull's Eye Maculopathy

  • Macular Dystrophy with Central Cone Involvement

    Fundus anomalies are variable and include bull's eye maculopathy, severe atrophy of central fovea, relatively spared fovea with surrounding atrophic ring, central retinal[] Slight pigmentary changes and color vision abnormalities can be documented with the onset of these symptoms and a bull's eye maculopathy and severe atrophy of the central[] The more common macular conditions affecting children and young people are: Stargardt macular dystrophy Best disease Sorby’s dystrophy Pattern dystrophy Bull’s eye maculopathy[]

  • Cerebro-Facio-Thoracic Dysplasia

    In addition, one patient has bilateral bull's eye maculopathy, which may represent an additional severe manifestation of cerebrofaciothoracic dysplasia syndrome.[] Whole Exome Sequencing Identifies an Adult-onset Case of Methylmalonic Aciduria and Homocystinuria Type C (cblC) with Non-syndromic Bull's Eye Maculopathy.[]

  • Progressive Loss of Visual Acuity

    eye maculopathy). — Chloroquine toxicity (bull's eye maculopathy).[] Later, punctate pigment epithelial changes develop, which may progress to bull's eye maculopathy with concentric rings of hypopigmentation and hyperpigmentation in the macular[] […] bleeding can result from many other retinal disorders, and may also be associated with the underlying disease for which the medication was prescribed. — Chloroquine toxicity (bull's[]

  • Bardet-Biedl Syndrome 2

    Bull’s-eye maculopathy and bone spicule–like pigmentation were noted with increasing light sensitivity.[]

  • Retinal Macular Dystrophy Type 2

    Other signs include RPE atrophy, “bull's eyemaculopathy, hyperfluorescent flecks, and preservation of peridiscal RPE (peripapillary sparing) 5 .[] Assessment of mutations in the Best macular dystrophy (VMD2) gene in patients with adult-onset foveomacular vitelliform dystrophy, age-related maculopathy, and bull's-eye[] Red-free light filter shows bull's eye maculopathy with hyperautofluorescent perimacular and foveal areas as well as punctiform atrophy in the central RPE. Figure 5.[]

  • Cancer-Associated Retinopathy

    Early in the course of the disease, fundus appearance is normal and in later stages a bull’s eye maculopathy develops.[] ’s eye maculopathy with temporal pallor of the optic nerve. 16 Goldman visual fields reveal a central scotoma. 16 Full-field ERG, which is necessary for diagnosis, demonstrates[] […] dystrophy Cone-rod dystrophy ( Figure 4 ) typically presents during childhood with poor VA and severe color-vision loss. 16 Fundus appearance can range from normal to a bull’s[]

  • Classic Autosomal Dominant Optic Atrophy

    She manifested a bull’s-eye maculopathy with temporal optic disc pallor. No pigmentary changes were apparent.[] A minority (25%) of patients also have a diffuse fleck retinopathy with a bull’s eye maculopathy.[] Other retinal findings in NARP include a bull’s-eye maculopathy and rod–cone type of retinal dystrophy ( 16 ).[]

  • Uveoparotid Fever

    Maculopathy Maculopathy is a word used to refer to any abnormality of the macula of the eye, an example is bull's eye maculopathy.[]

  • Spinocerebellar Ataxia, Type 2

    Visual acuity ranges from 20/60 to hand motion. 4 Funduscopic macular changes can range from a mild granular pigment mottling to severe bull's eye maculopathy and peripheral[]

  • Hallervorden-Spatz Syndrome

    A minority (25%) of patients also have a diffuse fleck retinopathy with a bull’s eye maculopathy.[]

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