Coat’s Disease

CG is a 10-year-old boy who was noted by his mother to have a “glassy-eyed” appearance in his left eye in certain lighting conditions. He had not complained about problems with this eye, but was unable to see the television when his mother covered the normal eye. He was seen by his ophthalmologist, who documented vision 20/20 OD and 20/400 OS. The slit-lamp examination was normal, but the fundus examination on the left showed an elevated yellowish subretinal “mass” temporally and into the macula.


Public Health Lighting Condition Convective Flow Mass Lesion Posterior Pole 

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