The Retina Reference

Cone - Rod Dystrophy: Color Fundus Photography and Fluorescein Angiography

These photographs of an 18 year old female with cone-rod dystrophy having 20/100 visual acuity bilaterally show the commonly observed bulls-eye maculopathy more notable on the fluorescein angiogram (orange arrow) than the color fundus photographs (yellow arrows). The patient's visual acuity dropped from 20/25 to 20/100 over seven years of follow-up. Other images of this same patient are available for review that show the visual field and OCT characteristics of the condition.