EyeRounds Online Atlas of Ophthalmology
Contributor: Thomas A. Weingeist, PhD, MD, University of Iowa
Choroidal nevus - variations
A typical choroidal nevus is slate gray in color and flat. Drusen are a sign of chronicity, i.e. they are present in a nevus that has been present for a long time. Nevi do not usually have orange pigmentation or subretinal fluid associated with them.
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