Retinal vascular abnormalities. A rare complication of myelinated nerve fibers?

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BACKGROUND Myelinated nerve fibers of the retina occur in approximately 0.98% of the population. Although they are generally believed to be benign lesions, they occasionally are associated with ocular complications. METHODS The authors report a series of six cases of myelinated nerve fibers complicated by retinal vascular abnormalities, three of which… (More)

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@article{Silvestri1996RetinalVA, title={Retinal vascular abnormalities. A rare complication of myelinated nerve fibers?}, author={Guiliana Silvestri and Kulwant S. Sehmi and Paulette A Hamilton}, journal={Retina}, year={1996}, volume={16 3}, pages={214-8} }