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doi: 10.1097/IAE.0b013e31823f9abb
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Retinoschisis Associated With Optic Nerve Pits

Lincoff, Harvey MD; Lopez, Robert MD; Kreissig, Ingrid MD; Yannuzzi, Lawrence MD; Cox, Morton MD; Burton, Thomas MD

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Stereoscopic transparencies studied with magnification and projection suggest that the retinal elevation that communicates with optic pits is frequently a schisislike separation of the internal layers of retina. Thirteen of 15 eyes with optic pits and maculopathy fit the schisis pattern. Separation of the outer layers of the retina is a secondary phenomenon that starts in the macula.

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