Vitelliform maculopathy: Diverse etiologies originating from one common pathway
Vitelliform lesions (VLs) are associated with a wide array of macular disorders but are the result of one common pathway: retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) impairment and phagocytic dysfunction. VLs are defined by the accumulation of yellowish subretinal material. In the era of multimodal advanced retinal imaging, VLs can be further characterized by subretinal hyper-reflectivity with optical coherence tomography and hyperautofluorescence with fundus autofluorescence. VLs can be the result of genetic or acquired retinal diseases.
Source: Survey of Ophthalmology - Category: Opthalmology Authors: Claudio Iovino, Prithvi Ramtohul, Adrian Au, Veronica Romero-Morales, SriniVas Sadda, K Bailey Freund, David Sarraf Tags: Review article Source Type: research
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