A Rare Case Of Unilateral Adult Onset Coats’ Disease - adult coats disease

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Coats’ disease of adult-onset in 48 eyes adult coats disease


Results: Forty-five of 646 patients (7%) diagnosed with Coats' disease had adult- onset disease. Mean age at presentation was 47 years.

Coats' disease is typically seen in childhood and less commonly among adults. The Adult onset form is manifested by various findings typical of.

Koh YT, Sanjay S. Successful outcome of adult-onset Coats' disease following retinal laser photocoagulation. Oman J Ophthalmol 2013;6:206-.

Forty-five of 646 patients (7%) diagnosed with Coats' disease had adult-onset disease. Mean age at presentation was 47 years. Systemic hypertension was the .

Coats' disease is a form of exudative retinal vasculopathy, commonly diagnosed in the first to second decades. In adults, it usually exhibits a.