Ultrawide field scanning laser ophthalmoscopy imaging of lipemia retinalis.

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Abstract

OBJECTIVE

To describe the characteristic retinal features of lipemia retinalis when using ultrawide field scanning laser ophthalmoscopy.

MAIN POINTS

We report a case series of three subjects with ultrawide field retinal images showing cream discoloration of the fundus, light salmon-coloured posterior retinal vessels and greyish pink peripheral vasculature. On green-only imaging, many of the vessels appear light rather than typically dark.

CONCLUSION

Lipemia retinalis is readily apparent on ultrawide field imaging and illustrates the alterations that systemic diseases may induce in the posterior and peripheral retinal vasculature. Ultrawide field imaging highlights the disparate vascular appearance of the posterior pole and retinal periphery in this condition.

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