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March's Case of The Month

Degenerative retinoschisis with subretinal drusenoid deposits. Extensive refractile dots, thought to be Muller cell footplates, are best seen in the magnified Optos pseudocolor and green channel images. This diabetic patient also has subretinal drusenoid deposits. These are best seen with the green channel and disappear in the red channel. [Full case in Retina Rocks is located in the Retinoschisis degenerative folder, Retinoschisis degenerative VOH-20190924]