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Retinal Exudates

Retinal Exudates

caused by chronic localized retinal oedema and develop at the junction of normal and oedematous retina.They are composed of lipoprotein and lipid-filled macrophages located mainly within the outer plexiform layer .

• Waxy yellow lesions with relatively distinct margins, often arranged in clumps and/or rings at the posterior pole, typically surrounding leaking microaneurysms

• With time number and size tend to increase, and the fovea may be threatened or involved

• When leakage ceases, exudates absorb spontaneously over a period of months or years.

• Chronic leakage leads to enlargement of the exudates and the deposition of cholesterol
Fluorescein angiography shows hypofluorescence due to blockage of background choroidal and retinal capillary fluorescence.

Retinal Exudates

Retinal Exudates

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Retinal Exudates

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Retinal Exudates caused by chronic localized retinal oedema and develop at the junction of normal and oedematous retina.They are composed of lipoprotein and lipid-filled macrophages located mainly within the outer plexiform layer . • Waxy yellow lesions with relatively distinct margins, often arranged in clumps and/or rings at the posterior pole, typically surrounding leaking microaneurysms …

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