Cover image of inaugural issue of @ @ journal Ophthalmology Retina (Jan/Feb 2017).
“Baseline photograph taken of a 15-year-old male with a history of strabismus, bilateral 6th
nerve palsy. Macula and vessel findings were observed to be normal. However, wide-field
imaging revealed numerous white deposits of varying size found in all four quadrants of the midperipheral retina bilaterally.”
What’s your diagnosis?
A) talc retinopathy
B) Bietti's crystalline retinopathy
C) canthaxanthine retinopathy
D) deferoxime retinopathy
E) Stargardt disease
F) plaquenil retinopathy
G) Gaucher’s disease
H) methoxyflurane retinopathy
I) thioridazine retinopathy
J) familial dominant drusen
📸 The image was captured using @ Optos Tx-200. Imaged by: Ryan Imperio, CRA, OCT-C, Duke Eye Center, Durham, NC.