Manifestaciones clínicas en 4 casos con enfermedad de Stargardt

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We report 4 cases of Stargardt disease/fundus flavimaculatus and we expose some considerations about the diagnosis and evolution of this retinal dystrophy. Fluorescein angiography has traditionally served to diagnose and classify Stargardt disease. Optical coherence tomography provides new information on the location of retinal flecks as well as on the status of the retinal pigment epithelium and photoreceptor layer, which may be useful to determine visual prognosis. Alterations in the ellipsoid line, foveal thickness or the localization of the flecks can support us to perform an accurate visual prognosis for the patient.




Sambricio, J., Suárez-Baraza, J., Campos-Pavón, J., de Lucas-Viejo, B., del Fresno-Valencia, E., & Redondo-García, I. (2016). Manifestaciones clínicas en 4 casos con enfermedad de Stargardt. Revista Mexicana de Oftalmologia, 90(2), 84–88.

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