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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: (a) Fundus picture of a 16 year old patient diagnosed as Stargardt disease shows beaten metal appearance of macular degeneration. The optic disc and vessels are normal. There are no flecks in this patient. (b) Autofluorescence (fundus autofluorescence) of the same eye reveals absent fundus autofluorescence at the macula. (c) Fluorescein angiography of the same eye shows patchy hyperfluorescence at the macula due to transmission defect secondary to retinal pigment epithelial atrophy

Figure 1: (a) Fundus picture of a 16 year old patient diagnosed as Stargardt disease shows beaten metal appearance of macular degeneration. The optic disc and vessels are normal. There are no flecks in this patient. (b) Autofluorescence (fundus autofluorescence) of the same eye reveals absent fundus autofluorescence at the macula. (c) Fluorescein angiography of the same eye shows patchy hyperfluorescence at the macula due to transmission defect secondary to retinal pigment epithelial atrophy