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We read with interest the case report by Recchia et al1 in the November 2002 issue of the ARCHIVES. The authors described a novel approach using ocular coherence tomography to confirm a clinical diagnosis of foveal hypoplasia in a systemically healthy 45-year-old woman with reduced vision, absent foveal reflexes, nystagmus, corneal pannus, high myopia, temporally dragged retinal vessels, lightly pigmented fundi, and exotropia since childhood.
Chen SD, Hanson R, Hundal K. Foveal Hypoplasia and Other Ocular Signs: A Possible Case of Incontinentia Pigmenti? Arch Ophthalmol. 2003;121(6):921. doi:10.1001/archopht.121.6.921
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