Edgar Auerbach

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The authors review the symptomatic and genetic aspects of the various entities of isolated retinitis pigmentosa (R.P), both in its typical form and in the forms associated with the affection of other ocular tissues. Syndromes in which R. P. is associated with the affection of other organs and systemic disorders are also cconsidered. Origin, diagnosis and(More)
A case of Chediak-Higashi syndrome diagnosed by its characteristic ocular findings is described. The appearance of the optic disc and the contrast between total (or nearly total) lack of pigment in the pigment epithelium and the relatively unaffected choroidal pigmentation are believed to be observations of paramount importance in the differential diagnosis(More)