Figure 1.

Ophthalmoscopy; 1a: hyperreflective nasal tapetal focal lesion with a pigmented dot in a 3 years old affected male, OD: the optic disc, the vessels and the nontapetal area are still remaining normal. 1b: Multifocal coalescent hyperreflective lesions in a 3,5 years old affected male: a pigmented dot is visible at the center of a suprapapillar lesion; the tapetum appears hyperreflective due to the coalescence of multiple focal lesions; the optic disc looks grayish and the arterial vasculature has disappeared. 1c: Generalized hyperreflexion of the tapetum in a 3 years old affected male, OD: the tapetum appears hyperreflective, with the exception of a subnormal horizontal band close to the nontapetal area; the optic disc is grayish and the arteries have disappeared. 1d: OS, dog of the figure 1c: attenuation of the arterial diameter, temporal triangular suprapapillar hyperreflective area with a pigmented line at its center.

Vilboux et al. BMC Veterinary Research 2008 4:10   doi:10.1186/1746-6148-4-10
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