International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 7, Part F (2015)
A case of Best’s vitelliform macular dystrophy in an 11 year old male patient – A case report and study of literature
A 11 yr old male, presented with defective vision in right eye from childhood and left eye from 3 years, which is non-progressive, not associated with any other symptoms. He had history of trauma to the left eye 3 years back. No similar complaints in the past. There is History of consanguineous marriage. No history of any surgeries. On examination visual acuity right eye – counting fingers 3 meters with pinhole 6/12, left eye 6/60 with pinhole 6/9. Extraocular movements normal in all directions. Pupils – normal size reacting to light. Fundus: Both eyes – media clear, optic disc oval, temporal pallor present, vessels normal, foveal reflex dull. OCT and EOG are done. Case report: A 11 year male patient presenting with blurring of vision in right eye from childhood, left eye from 3 years.
How to cite this article:
Dr. D. Udayakumar M. S, Dr. M. Nirmala M. S, Dr. Bellamkonda silpa, Dr. Rajeshbabu konakanchi, Dr. A. Hemalatha. A case of Best’s vitelliform macular dystrophy in an 11 year old male patient – A case report and study of literature. Int J Appl Res 2015;1(7):310-311.