A resource for patients and doctors about rare genetic eye disorders.
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Explanation of the different structures of the eye
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Image of the month
A comparison between a retina affected by choroideremia (A) and a normal retina (B). As the condition progresses, chorioretinal atrophy reveals the large vessels of the choroid and the paler hue of the underlying sclera.