Figure 3 of Piñeiro-Gallego, Mol Vis 2011; 17:1607-1617.

Figure 3. Clinical evaluation of the male sibling from the Spanish family. Color fundus appearance photographs showing perimacular scars in both eyes (A, B). By fluorescein angiography (AGF), there are multiple hypofluorescent discs in the peripheral retina caused by the deposition of vitelliform material. AGF also shows a hyperfluorescence window defect due to atrophy of the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE). Multiple hypoautofluorescent lesions in the peripheral retina due to lipofuscin deposits on the fundus autofluoresence image (E, F). Optical coherence tomography (OCT) showing RPE detachment and cystic degeneration of the sensory retina, typical of advanced stages of retinal dystrophies (G, H). OD: Right eye, OS: Left eye.