Serpiginous choroiditis

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Serpiginous choroiditis, also known as geographic or helicoid choroidopathy, is an uncommon chronic progressive inflammatory disease affecting adult men and women equally in the second to seventh decades of life.[1]


  1. ^ American academy of Ophthalmology (2012). Basic&Clinical Science Course: Intraocular inflammation and uveitis (2011-2012 last major rev. 2010-2012. ed.). American Academy of Ophthalmology. ISBN 978-1615251162.