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1,022 Possible Causes for Macular Atrophy

  • Seckel Syndrome

    We report the case of a 17-year-old male with Seckel syndrome and horseshoe kidneys which had a 7 mm kidney stone in the lower pole calyx of the right moiety. The patient had a history of rotoscoliosis with 60 dextroconvex curvature and hepatic steatosis. Attempted ureteroscopy was unsuccessful due to stone[…][]

  • Pigmented Paravenous Retinochoroidal Atrophy

    Funduscopic examination revealed bone-spicule pigmentation and choroidal and retinal pigment epithelium atrophy along the vascular arcades, with macular involvement in right[] @article{Romero2013PigmentedPR, title {Pigmented paravenous retinochoroidal atrophy with macular involvement.}, author {Ricardo Romero and Ananda Castano and M Moriche and[] Discussion PPRCA is a rare disease, of unknown origin, characterised by retinochoroidal atrophy and retinal pigmentation along retinal veins, generally without macular involvement[]

  • Anetoderma Type Schweninger-Buzzi

    […] protrude in small outpouchings. perifollicular anetoderma anetoderma occurring around hair follicles not preceded by folliculitis; it may be caused by elastase-producing[] Nomland R (1932) Macular atrophy: lupus erythematosus. Arch Dermatol. 26:1118–1119. Abstract Google Scholar 5.[] The term anetoderma ( Gk anetos slack ) refers to a circumscribed area of macular atrophy of the skin associated with a loss of dermal substance on palpation and a loss of[]

  • Macular Degeneration

    KEYWORDS: Age-related macular degeneration; Choroidal thickness; Macular atrophy; Neovascular age-related macular degeneration; Treat-and-extend[] atrophy (MA), and retinal average sensitivity (AS) determined by microperimetry at 12 months compared with baseline.[] However, for reasons that are not yet understood, sometimes drusen are associated with macular atrophy (thinning) and tissue breakdown, slowly leading to vision loss.[]

  • Sorsby's Fundus Dystrophy

    Five of six eyes had geographic macular atrophy rather than neovascularisation as a cause for central visual loss.[] Atrophy of the retina, pigment epithelium, and choroid then slowly progresses toward the periphery. Treatment does not halt the progress of the disease.[] […] degeneration; in the second, the fundus spots are absent; in the third, the yellow deposits are associated with atrophic macular degeneration.[]

  • Contusion

    […] or macular atrophy.[] […] with choroidal neovascularization formation, photoreceptor inner/outer surface changes, RPE detachment, scar formation with e.g. diffuse macular edema, macular distortion[] Main lesions were located in the fovea area in 11 eyes (45.8%), the parafovea in 3 eyes (12.5%) and the whole macular area in 10 eyes (41.7%).[]

  • Myopic Macular Degeneration

    The prevalence of myopic macular degeneration (CNV or macular atrophy) was 0.3%.[] Macular chorioretinal atrophy developed in 83 percent of the patients at the five-year mark. 8 Anti-VEGF agents.[] Myopic macular degeneration ...atrophy Thin atrophic patches develop in the macula area. photo enlarge The main type of macula change in myopia is thinning of the retina in[]

  • Jalili Syndrome

    Funduscopic findings at presentation were variable, ranging from only mild disc pallor to retinal vascular attenuation and macular atrophy.[] Affected individuals commonly suffer from photophobia, nystagmus, achromatopsia, night vision difficulties, optic disc pallor, narrow vessels, macular atrophy with pigment[] Other symptoms affecting vision may include night vision difficulties; optic disc pallor; narrow vessels; macular atrophy with pigment mottling; peripheral deep white dot[]

  • Vitreoretinochoroidopathy

    We now describe progressive central macular atrophy and cone dysfunction leading to visual loss in an elderly ADVIRC patient 33 years after initial presentation.[] […] and pigmentation in the much peripheral retina1 2 3 The macula is usually normal at diagnosis but cystoid macular oedema and macular atrophy may occur over time4.[] Not only macularedema but also macular chorioretinal atrophy can impairvisual function.[]

  • Leber Congenital Amaurosis

    CONCLUSIONS: Although macular atrophy can occur in LCA and CRD, no NMNAT1 mutations were found in the latter cohort.[] Pigmentary retinopathy in the peripheral retina and macular atrophy were observed in the two probands.[] We present a multimodal assessment of four Leber congenital amaurosis (LCA) cases with congenital macular atrophy and severely attenuated electroretinogram findings caused[]

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