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Multiple evanescent white-dot syndrome. A report of eight cases.

Ophthalmology 1987 October
Multiple evanescent white-dot syndrome (MEWDS) is a newly described clinical disease entity. The authors report on eight patients with findings characteristic of this syndrome. All of the patients were women and relatively young, with an average age of 28.2 years. Patients complained of unilateral black spots in their vision, with an initial visual acuity of 20/25 to 20/60. Examination showed characteristic small, white dots at the level of the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE). Fluorescein angiography demonstrated patchy hyperfluorescent defects at the level of the RPE with some late staining. All patients had good recovery of visual acuity with eventual fading of the white dots.

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