Wyburn-Mason syndrome

Skorin, Jr., Leonid; Simmons, Della K.; Skorin, Leonid Jr
February 2008
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Feb2008, Vol. 83 Issue 2, p135
Academic Journal
journal article
The article presents the case of a 47-year-old man who has diagnosed with Wyburn-Mason syndrome in his left eye 25 years ago. Fundoscopic examination was performed on his left eye which showed dilated and tortuous vessels that extended from the optic disc to the macula. It also stated that the vessels beyond the disc appeared sclerosed and nonfunctioning.


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