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Colour photograph demonstrating white nodular subretinal elevations along the superotemporal vascular arcades.

Case 38

Figure 1. Colour photograph demonstrating white nodular subretinal elevations along the superotemporal vascular arcades.

Author and Editor: Adrian Fung

A 65-year-old Caucasian male was referred with unusual fundal lesions.

Case history

65-year-old Caucasian male was referred with unusual lesions in his fundi. He had seen his optometrist for a routine eye check and was asymptomatic. The patient was otherwise well and had no significant past ocular history.

Visual acuities were 6/7.5 in each eye. Anterior segment examination was normal and there was no intraocular inflammation. On fundus examination there were bilaterally symmetrical white subretinal nodules along the superotemporal vascular arcades (Figure 1). The rest of the ocular examination was normal.

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