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  • Courtesy of Hannah J. Yu, BS, and Charles C. Wykoff, MD, PhD.
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    Bullous degenerative retinoschisis, also referred to as reticular degenerative retinoschisis. A, Wide-field color fundus photograph of inferotemporal bullous retinoschisis with visible “snowflakes.” B, Corresponding near-infrared reflectance image from the same patient (left). The area of retinoschisis is visible as the slightly darker area to the left with flat posterior retina to the right. Green arrow marks the location of the SD-OCT image (right), which shows the transition into the area of retinoschisis with splitting of the retina in the outer plexiform layer and thinning of the inner layer compared with the uninvolved more posterior retina.