Familial cavitary optic disc anomaly

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Familial cavitary optic disc anomaly

Synonyms: Familial CODA

A rare genetic eye disease characterized by congenital profound excavation of the optic nerve head with diminished visual field in the absence of elevated intraocular pressure. Many patients lack a well-formed retinal artery and have multiple radial cilioretinal arteries instead. The condition is mostly bilateral may worsen progressively and is often complicated by serous macular detachment with profound visual loss.

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