Figure 1. Fundus photography. Color fundus photos of the posterior pole (right eye: A; left eye: B) and periphery (right eye: C; left eye: D). Pictures represent fine mottling of the RPE in the macular area and RPE atrophy in the periphery. Arrows point to the enlarged
fovea corresponding to the disc-shaped remnant of photoreceptors. Autofluorescent fundus photos (right eye: E; left eye: F) show increased overall autofluorescence, originating most likely from the choroid. Arrowheads point to the parafoveal hyperreflective
ring, a characteristic sign of retinal dystrophies.