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    Fundus photo graphs (top) and autofluorescence images (bottom) of a patient with retinitis pigmentosa caused by a heterozygous SNRNP200 mutation (c.730-3T>C). The relatively subtle macular findings on color photography are better appreciated on autofluorescence imaging—hypoautofluorescence centrally with a surrounding hyperautofluorescent ring. The fovea in the right eye has more preserved autofluorescence than in the left eye, which corresponds to better acuity in the right eye.