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Hi doctors, can you tell me what is tays sach choroiditis?

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Dr. Harold Peltan
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In brief: Tay Sachs

Tay–Sachs disease is a rare autosomal recessive genetic disorder. In retina of the eye, one can see a "cherry red spot" which is actually the normal choroid circulation seen against the whiter background of surrounding retinal ganglion cells with deposits of sphingolipid.
There is no cure for Tay Sachs. "Tay's choroiditis" is a term for age related macular degeneration used until the early 1900s.

In brief: Tay Sachs

Tay–Sachs disease is a rare autosomal recessive genetic disorder. In retina of the eye, one can see a "cherry red spot" which is actually the normal choroid circulation seen against the whiter background of surrounding retinal ganglion cells with deposits of sphingolipid.
There is no cure for Tay Sachs. "Tay's choroiditis" is a term for age related macular degeneration used until the early 1900s.
Dr. Harold Peltan
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