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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Colour photograph of the right and left eye (a and b) of a patient with Bietti's crystalline dystrophy. Red-free photographs of the right and the left eye (c and d) show the greater number of crystals due to better contrast. Short-wave autofluorescence of the right and the left eye (e and f) shows well-defined areas of hypoautofluorescence encroaching on the fovea. Note: the granular hyperautofluorescence outside these areas, which indicate distressed retinal pigmented epithelial cells

Figure 1: Colour photograph of the right and left eye (a and b) of a patient with Bietti's crystalline dystrophy. Red-free photographs of the right and the left eye (c and d) show the greater number of crystals due to better contrast. Short-wave autofluorescence of the right and the left eye (e and f) shows well-defined areas of hypoautofluorescence encroaching on the fovea. Note: the granular hyperautofluorescence outside these areas, which indicate distressed retinal pigmented epithelial cells