DOI: 10.1055/a-1402-7592
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Abstract: Introduction Ischemic choroidal diseases are an underdiagnosed entity. The clinical pattern varies according to the size and the localisation of the affected vascular structure. Clinical Presentation In eyes with occlusion of the long posterior ciliary arteries, characteristic triangular patches of choroidal ischemia (Amalric sign) are seen, which in the course of time merge into well-defined areas of atrophy of the retinal pigment epithelium. Above the non-perfused choroidal areas, hyperpigmented, g… Show more

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