Central Gyrate Atrophy: A Case Report

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Abstract

Central gyrate atrophy is a rare ocular finding with a unique pathogenesis and fundus appearance. This entity results in total atrophy of the large and small vessels of the choroid and concomitant changes in the outer layers of the retina. A case report is presented to demonstrate the clinical appearance of this lesion and its relationship to the pathogenesis.

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