Authors : Madisetty Sairam Charan, Samuel Cornelius Gnanadurai, T. M Vageesha
Volume : 8
Issue : 4
Year : 2022
Page No : 567-570
A 40-year old female came with complaints of headache for 5 days. Her general examination and vitals were within normal limits. On complete ophthalmic examination we found there are irregular streaks radiating from disc in the fundus of both the eyes suggesting of angioid streaks. We did a dermatological evaluation in view of increased stretchability of skin and papules over neck & thigh and diagnosed as pseudoxanthoma elasticum. So we diagnosed as angioid streaks with pseudoxanthoma elasticum also known as Groenblad-Strandberg syndrome.
Keywords: Angioid streaks, Pseudoxanthoma elasticum, Groenbladstrandberg syndrome.