Multiple evanescent white dot syndrome: a review and case report.

  title={Multiple evanescent white dot syndrome: a review and case report.},
  author={Peter T Ryan},
  journal={Clinical & experimental optometry},
  volume={93 5},
BACKGROUND Multiple evanescent white dot syndrome (MEWDS) is a rare chorioretinal syndrome that usually presents with a unilateral, multifocal retinitis affecting mostly young women. The typical presentation includes multiple white spots extending from the posterior pole out to the mid-peripheral retina, possible vitritis and a granular appearance to the fovea. Symptoms can include a prodromal flu-like episode, photopsia, scotoma and decreased vision. Ophthalmoscopy is the most common method of… CONTINUE READING


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