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Retinal Exudates

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 ... Read More »

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