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By Lancaster Course in Ophthalmology
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- Unit 08 Pathology of the Vitreous
- lattice degeneration, lesion, vitreoretinal degeneration, vitreoretinal adhesion, retinal pigment epithelium, hyperplasia
- Radial perivascular lattice degeneration. The lesion is located at or posterior to the equator and is associated with a major vessel. As with a typical lattice there is discontinuity of the internal limiting membrane, a loss of inner retinal layers, an overlying vitreous degeneration, vitreoretinal adhesion at the margin, sclerosis of vessels, and retinal pigment epithelial hypertrophy, hyperplasia, and migration into the retina. (E.P. No. 31493)