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473 Possible Causes for Chorioretinal Atrophy

  • Pigmented Paravenous Retinochoroidal Atrophy

    We examined a patient who had chorioretinal atrophy with pigment clusters located in the paravenous areas without macular involvement.[] In addition there are peripapillary pigmentary changes as well as areas of chorioretinal atrophy adjacent to the perivenular pigmentary changes.[] Areas of chorioretinal atrophy are seen along the vessels including the peripapillary area.[]

  • Myopic Macular Degeneration

    Myopic retinopathy was defined as the presence of tessellated fundus, diffuse chorioretinal atrophy, patchy chorioretinal atrophy, lacquer cracks, or myopic macular degeneration[] Chorioretinal atrophy accompanied by CNV is the main cause of vision loss in high myopia.[] Macular chorioretinal atrophy developed in 83 percent of the patients at the five-year mark. 8 Anti-VEGF agents.[]

  • Degenerative Myopia

    All of the myopic patients had clinically evident peripapillary chorioretinal atrophy in their fundus examination.[] Degenerative Myopia Definition The fundus in degenerative myopia is characterized by abnormal chorioretinal atrophy.[] The result of this myopia is the development of various kinds of chorioretinal atrophy in the posterior pole, with a gradual progression of the atrophic changes extending[]

  • Sorsby's Fundus Dystrophy

    atrophy.[] Key features include early bilateral central visual loss secondary to either choroidal neovascularisation or central geographical atrophy and late progressive chorioretinal[] […] green angiography in Sorsby’s fundus dystrophy may indicate the presence of homogeneously staining, well-demarcated peripheral areas of hyperfluorescence associated with chorioretinal[]

  • Wagner Disease

    Wagner syndrome (WGN1; MIM 143200), an autosomal dominant vitreoretinopathy characterized by chorioretinal atrophy, cataract, and retinal detachment, is linked to 5q14.3.[] atrophy.[] The peripheral retina is progressively affected by pigmentary changes and chorioretinal atrophy.[]

  • Vitreoretinochoroidopathy

    RESULTS: Characteristic annular peripheral pigmentary changes were present in all affected members, as well as chorioretinal atrophy varying from a tigroid aspect to marked[] BACKGROUND: Autosomal dominant vitreoretinochoroidopathy recently has been described as a condition characterized by peripheral chorioretinal atrophy and areas of hypopigmentation[] Prognosis Most patients retain a fairly good visual acuity throughout life, although visual acuity may decrease considerably due to macular edema, chorioretinal atrophy, or[]

  • Snowflake Vitreoretinal Degeneration

    Snowflakes in the peripheral retina and the absence of nyctalopia, posterior chorioretinal atrophy, and tractional retinal detachment were inconsistent with the chromosome[]

  • Goldmann-Favre Syndrome

    As with X-linked retinoschisis, there is both macular and peripheral schisis with pigmentary alterations (bone corpuscle type) and chorioretinal atrophy.[] Fundus examination revealed a ring of hyperplasic RPE lesions and areas of chorioretinal atrophy surrounding the optic disc and macula in both eyes ( Figures 4a, b ).[] Additional features include an optically empty liquefied vitreous, progressive foveal or peripheral retinoschisis, macular cysts, chorioretinal atrophy and pigmentary retinopathy[]

  • Vitreoretinal Degeneration

    Chorioretinal atrophy and cataract increased with the patients' age and had occurred in all patients older than 45 years of age.[] Snowflakes in the peripheral retina and the absence of nyctalopia, posterior chorioretinal atrophy, and tractional retinal detachment were inconsistent with the chromosome[] atrophy, perivascular sheating, subcapsular cataract and myopia; systemic manifestations are absent.[]

  • Hyperornithinemia

    The authors have performed eye funduscopy, which showed chorioretinal atrophy in gyrate shape. A high level of plasma ornithine was determined.[] -hyperornithinemia; chorioretinal atrophy; ornithine-ketoacid transaminase; proline deficiency[] RESULTS:: An 18-year-old Indian boy presented with progressive diminution of vision, night blindness, lenticular opacities, and midperipheral chorioretinal atrophy.[]

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