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chorioretinal

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  • Syndicat National des Ophtalmologistes de France Photothèque Ophtalmo Maladies de la choroïde Colobome choroidien uvd 12 uv 12 03 jpg EyeAtlas the Online Atlas of Ophthalmology Chorioretinal coloboma RETINA Coloboma Choroidal
  • retinal pigment epithelium RPE Since many posterior uveitic conditions particularly the white spot syndromes affect the outer retina RPE choriocapillaries complex AF can be a particu Figure 4 Multiple chorioretinal spots from infection with West Nile Virus are subtle on color photography but prominent on autofluorescence imaging larly useful noninvasive diagnostic tool
  • CLOSE WINDOW Example of a lattice lesion containing white crisscrossing wicker lines which are seen in about 10 of lattice lesions This lesion is complicated by an extensive retinal tear at
  • CLOSE WINDOW Serpiginous geographic choroiditis Chronic atrophic lesions that display widespread geographic chorioretinal atrophy with moderate foveal sparing
  • CLOSE WINDOW Lattice lesion containing small atrophic holes
  • Fluorescein Angiography Benign chorioretinal folds Evaluation of filters for fluorescein angiography
  • CLOSE WINDOW A peripheral lattice lesion demonstrating the typical snail track appearance with overlying vitreal opacities which may represent glial proliferations or regions of increased
  • CLOSE WINDOW An acute rhegmatogenous retinal detachment that may be associated with lattice degeneration Lattice lesion not seen in this image
  • CLOSE WINDOW An example of a heavily pigmented lattice lesion
  • Figure Chorioretinal scar in the macula of the right eye of a 3 year old boy with congenital cytomegalovirus infection
  • Fig 12 Multiple chorioretinal lesions all along the veins There is moderate leakage of the dye The choroidal vascular pattern is unusually prominent in the background
  • CLOSE WINDOW Inactive chorioretinal scar secondary to toxoplasmosis
  • of the dye beyond the margins of the lesions C 10 minutes after injection Fluorescent spots are slightly less dense than in B But a thin cloud of fluorescence can be still seen
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  • Benign chorioretinal folds Evaluation of filters for fluorescein angiography Filter systems in fluorescein angiography
  • Figure Composite fundus photograph of right eye A and left eye B 5 months following disease onset Note the extensive atrophic chorioretinal lesions throughout the macula and
  • pigmented structure D Peripheral bone spicule like structures and some parafoveal chorioretinal atrophy in patient II 4 E Peripheral reticular pigmentations in patient II 3
  • for additional information or to make a request Click on image to view larger version FIGURE 1 A Fundus photograph of the left eye of patient 1 showing severe papillitis and perivascular sheathing black arrows The patient had preexisting chorioretinal scars white arrow
  • Figure 3 After 4 months of treatment with systemic tamoxifen a flat area of chorioretinal atrophy was seen in the previous location of the choroidal metastasis
  • CLOSE WINDOW Another example of a peripheral lattice lesion with a snail track appearance
  • of experiments designed to determine if a correlation exists between immunocompetence and the occurrence of chorioretinal lesions are summarized in Table 3 Changes in animal weights Figure 1 and in white blood cell counts Figure 2 are expressed as z scores which are standard deviations from the mean The expressed mean is that of all animals throughout the entire 30
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  • toxoplasmosis with bony spicules depicting hyperpigmentation of retinal pigment epithelium Fundus photograph of left eye demonstrating waxy disc pallor bony spicules and chorioretinal scar
  • slightly pigmented structure D Peripheral bone spicule like structures and some parafoveal chorioretinal atrophy in patient II 4 E Peripheral reticular pigmentations in patient II 3
  • of left eye of a patient with giant cell arteritis and A AION Note optic atrophy and cupping with extensive peripheral chorioretinal lesions Reproduced from Hayreh 2009 74 click back on your browser or return to Arteritic Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy A AION
  • if a correlation exists between immunocompetence and the occurrence of chorioretinal lesions are summarized in Table 3 Changes in animal weights Figure 1 and in white blood cell counts Figure 2 are expressed as z scores which are standard deviations from the mean The expressed mean is that of all animals throughout the entire 30 day experimental period Decreases in

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  • myopic chorioretinal degeneration, and glaucomatous disc. elderly lady, right eye is highly myopic with chorioretinal degeneration, left eye shows an optic disc with a large cup, the intraocular pressure in the left eye was also high and the patient was advised a visual field test.
  • JS Bach: Prelude #1 in C Major, played by Kristina Ellrod, musical savant Kristina Ellrod was born with chorioretinal degeneration with microcephaly (an inherited chromosomal condition shared by a sibling). Small in stature, Kristina has profound developmental delays in addition to severe visual impairment. From an early age, Kristina has enjoyed singing and has been very captivated by music. Though not yet at the time physically able to play a note, Kristina began taking weekly piano lessons in her home beginning at age eight (from David Mehnert, her teacher of seven years). Kristina is 14 years old in this footage from October 2008 [an earlier draft said she was 15]. Those who know the piece may recognize that a few arpeggiated chords in the right hand (primarily affecting octave spans) are altered and compressed; this was done to accommodate Kristina's smaller-than-average hands. Otherwise the notes of Prelude #1 in C Major (which are also the first notes of Bach's The Well-Tempered Clavichord) are played here by Kristina almost as Bach wrote them three centuries ago. This piece marks is a significant developmental milestone in Kristina's musical production: it's the first time she played a piece by Bach, the first piece in the classical keyboard repertoire she's played (almost) note-for-note as the composer wrote. Although on the slow side, it's reasonably up to tempo, which is itself a welcome new development in Kristina's playing. Bach's Prelude #1 marks the first time Kristina has made extended use of an arpeggiated right hand part, and ...