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Figure 3: Intraretinal punctate yellow dots in enhanced S-cone syndrome. 7-year-old male (patient no. 1) was presented with intra-retinal yellow dots in the mid-peripheral fundus (a and b), seen more prominently in the enlarged images. Note the minimal foveal schisis on optical coherence tomography (OCT) in right eye (c) and left eye (d). Genetic testing in the patient revealed mutation in NR2E3 gene

Figure 3: Intraretinal punctate yellow dots in enhanced S-cone syndrome. 7-year-old male (patient no. 1) was presented with intra-retinal yellow dots in the mid-peripheral fundus (a and b), seen more prominently in the enlarged images. Note the minimal foveal schisis on optical coherence tomography (OCT) in right eye (c) and left eye (d). Genetic testing in the patient revealed mutation in NR2E3 gene