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From: Progressive retinal vessel malformation in a premature infant with Sturge-Weber syndrome: a case report and a literature review of ocular manifestations in Sturge-Weber syndrome

Fig. 2

Progression of the “tomato catsup fundus”. Retcam funduscopy images showing progression of the”tomato-catsup fundus” in a patient with Sturge-Weber syndrome and ROP. The images show the gradual formation of a bright reddish color of the fundus (tomato catsup fundus) in the affected left eye compared to the healthy right eye from PMA 34 week to 40 week, which is the characteristic sign of DCH

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