Hereditary Vitreoretinal Diseases

  • A. Neetens


The vitreous body and retina can be affected by degenerative conditions with obscure etiology but with definite hereditary patterns suggesting a genetic defect. As a number of signs overlap in both the hereditary and the non-hereditary types, differential diagnosis may be difficult in isolated cases of vitreous liquefaction, vitreous bands, veils, sheathing of peripheral retinal vessels, retinoschisis, or latticelike degeneration (1).


Retinal Detachment Retinal Vessel Posterior Vitreous Detachment Pseudoxanthoma Elasticum Vitreous Cortex 
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