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Colour fundus photograph of the right eye shows a raised white lesion in the supero-temporal periphery covered with fine vessels. There is a feeder arteriole and a dilated venous draining vessel.

Case 30

Figure 1. Colour fundus photograph of the right eye shows a raised white lesion in the supero-temporal periphery covered with fine vessels. There is a feeder arteriole and a dilated venous draining vessel.

Author: Dov Hersh     Editor: Adrian Fung

A 33-year-old female was referred with a right supero-temporal retinal lesion.

Case history

A 33-year old-female was referred with a right supero-temporal retinal lesion. The left eye had undergone enucleation 10 years prior due to rubeotic glaucoma.

Visual acuity was 6/6 in the right eye and the intraocular pressure was 12mmHg. There was a well fitting prosthesis in the left socket. The lens and vitreous were clear. Right fundus examination showed a raised white lesion in the supero-temporal periphery measuring 2mm in width. This had a feeder arteriole and a dilated venous draining vessel (Figure 1).

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