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13 Possible Causes for Progressive Peripapillary Chorioretinal Atrophy

  • Pigmented Paravenous Retinochoroidal Atrophy

    ) is a rare, commonly bilateral and symmetric retinal disease characterized by non-progressive or slowly progressive chorioretinal atrophy, peripapillary pigmentary changes[orpha.net] atrophy: pericentral pigmentary retinopathy, helicoid peripapillary chorioretinal degeneration, serpiginous choroidopathy, gyrate atrophy chorioderemia, sarcoidosis, syphilis[eyewiki.org] . • Case 1 shows the progression of a patient with high myopia and pathologic chorioretinal atrophy.[reviewofoptometry.com]

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  • Choroid Hemorrhage

    . • Case 1 shows the progression of a patient with high myopia and pathologic chorioretinal atrophy.[reviewofoptometry.com] The ophthalmoscopic findings include peripapillary atrophy and linear chorioretinal atrophy corresponding to a lacquer crack.[reviewofoptometry.com]

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa 9

    , Dominant atrophia greata, Dominant central areolar choroidal dystrophy, X-linked choroideremia, Choroidal atrophy, Central areolar, Central, Peripapillary, Dominant progressive[google.com] […] bifocal chorioretinal atrophy, Progresive bifocal Choroioretinal atrophy, Dominant Doyne honeycomb retinal degeneration (Malattia Leventinese), Amelogenesis imperfecta, Recessive[google.com] Congenital red-green deficiency, Deuteranopia, Protanopia, Deuteranomaly, Protanomaly, Recessive Oguchi disease, Dominant macular dystrophy, late onset, Recessive gyrate atrophy[google.com]

  • Porphyria Cutanea Tarda

    Bilateral, geographic, peripapillary chorioretinal atrophy is evident and shows progression over a significant period despite improving the PCT.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Familial Benign Flecked Retina

    […] p. 224 Central areolar choroidal dystrophy p. 225 Diffuse choroidal atrophy p. 226 Helicoid peripapillary chorioretinal dystrophy p. 226 Pigmented paravenous retinochoroidal[booktopia.com.au] atrophy p. 227 Progressive bifocal chorioretinal atrophy p. 227 Retinal Detachment p. 229 Introduction p. 229 Pathogenesis p. 234 Clinical features p. 244 Prophylaxis of[booktopia.com.au] […] neovascular inflammatory vitreoretinopathy p. 221 Dominant vitreoretinochoroidopathy p. 221 Snowflake degeneration p. 222 Choroidal Dystrophies p. 222 Choroideremia p. 222 Gyrate atrophy[booktopia.com.au]

  • Retinal Pigmentary Dystrophy

    atrophy: pericentral pigmentary retinopathy, helicoid peripapillary chorioretinal degeneration, serpiginous choroidopathy, gyrate atrophy chorioderemia, sarcoidosis, syphilis[eyewiki.org] PPRCA is non-progressive or slowly progressive disease. There is no specific treatment for PPRCA.[eyewiki.org] […] toxoplasmosis or rheumatoid arthritis. [2] Differential diagnosis The differential diagnosis for PPRCA includes chorioretinal degenerations and inflammatory diseases that result in chorioretinal[eyewiki.org]

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa 11

    , Dominant atrophia greata, Dominant central areolar choroidal dystrophy, X-linked choroideremia, Choroidal atrophy, Central areolar, Central, Peripapillary, Dominant progressive[google.com] […] bifocal chorioretinal atrophy, Progresive bifocal Choroioretinal atrophy, Dominant Doyne honeycomb retinal degeneration (Malattia Leventinese), Amelogenesis imperfecta, Recessive[google.com] Congenital red-green deficiency, Deuteranopia, Protanopia, Deuteranomaly, Protanomaly, Recessive Oguchi disease, Dominant macular dystrophy, late onset, Recessive gyrate atrophy[google.com]

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa 32

    […] visual impairment (if the macula is affected) Diagnostics Fundoscopy: whitish elongation of foci in the peripapillary region and at the posterior pole caused by chorioretinal[amboss.com] atrophy ; lacquer cracks due to defects in Bruch's membrane ; advanced findings can show subretinal neovascularization, hemorrhages, and retinal edema Fluorescein angiography[amboss.com] Definition : changes in length of the retina ( Bruch's membrane ) and sclera due to an elongated eye bulb in patients with more severe myopia (above -6 dpt ) Clinical features : progressive[amboss.com]

  • Scleral Staphyloma

    Figure 2 Progression from peripapillary diffuse chorioretinal atrophy (PDCA) to macular diffuse atrophy [cited from ( 20 )].[aes.amegroups.com] Clinical course of newly developed or progressive patchy chorioretinal atrophy in pathological myopia.[aes.amegroups.com] This lesion begins to appear around the optic disc (peripapillary diffuse chorioretinal atrophy; PDCA) and enlarges with age and finally covers the entire area within the[aes.amegroups.com]

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