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2006 Series -  March 7, 2006 Lecture 43 of 52  NEXT»

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X-linked retinoschisis is commonly associated with all of the following except:    

a. vitreous hemorrhage
b. foveal retinoschisis
c. microcysts in the perifoveal area
d.  rhegatogenous retinal detachment

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