|persistente placoïde maculopathie (aandoening)|
persistente placoïde maculopathie
Persistent placoid maculopathy
This syndrome is characterized by white plaque-like lesions involving the macula but sparing the peripapillary areas of both eyes. It has been described in five patients. In contrast to patients with macular serpiginous choroiditis presenting with similar lesions, the five patients reported so far had good visual acuity until the onset of choroidal neovascularization or pigmentary mottling. The macular lesions fade after several months or years, but the vascular anomalies persist leading to a loss of central vision.
|DHD Diagnosis thesaurus reference set|
|ICD-10 complex map reference set|
|Correlation||SNOMED CT source code to target map code correlation not specified|