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6 Possible Causes for Fundus with Peripheral 'Bony Spicules

  • Pigmented Paravenous Retinochoroidal Atrophy

    Multiple areas of bony spicule pigmentation were noted along the veins. Posterior pole showed extensive scarring.[ojoonline.org] Examination of the fundus revealed areas of pigmented chorioretinal atrophy extending along the retinal vessels and affecting the macula and the peripheral fundus alike.[ojoonline.org]

  • Coloboma of Optic Papilla

    Fundus examination demonstrated multiple bony spicule-like pigmentation in the mid-peripheral region.[ojoonline.org]

  • Leber Congenital Amaurosis Type 16

    Both the siblings had salt and pepper fundus with bony spicules.[journals.plos.org] In LCA-8 family there was only one affected person phenotyped at the age of 5 years, with normal disc, mildly attenuated vessels, and atrophic macula with peripheral RPE granularity[journals.plos.org]

  • Coloboma of Choroid and Retina

    Fundus RE shows typical RP with waxy disc pallor, attenuated blood vessels and bony spicules in periphery and in macula, there is choroidal coloboma present, margins of which[jcor.in] Anterior segment LE shows clear cornea and trace mid peripheral posterior subcapsular cataract (visual axis clear).[jcor.in]

  • Choroidal Coloboma

    Fundus RE shows typical RP with waxy disc pallor, attenuated blood vessels and bony spicules in periphery and in macula, there is choroidal coloboma present, margins of which[jcor.in] Fundus examination demonstrated multiple bony spicule-like pigmentation in the mid-peripheral region.[ojoonline.org] Anterior segment LE shows clear cornea and trace mid peripheral posterior subcapsular cataract (visual axis clear).[jcor.in]

  • Leber Congenital Amaurosis Typ 14

    Both the siblings had salt and pepper fundus with bony spicules.[journals.plos.org] In LCA-8 family there was only one affected person phenotyped at the age of 5 years, with normal disc, mildly attenuated vessels, and atrophic macula with peripheral RPE granularity[journals.plos.org]

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