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  • Parts D and E courtesy of Elias Traboulsi, MD
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    Comprehensive Ophthalmology

    A, Yellow, “gold-dust” tapetal-like reflex in the left retina of a carrier for X-linked retinitis pigmentosa (RP). B, Nasal midperipheral retina in the left eye of a carrier for X-linked RP, showing patchy bone spicule–like pigment clumping. C, Peripheral retina from the left eye of a carrier of choroideremia, showing a “moth-eaten” fundus appearance from areas of hypopigmentation and hyperpigmentation. D, Wide-field fundus photograph, right eye, from a carrier for ocular albinism, showing a chocolate-brown pigmentation from areas of apparently enhanced pigmentation and clusters of hypopigmentation. E, Fundus autofluorescence image, right eye, from the same patient as in part D, showing mottled autofluorescence consistent with lyonization.