Coats' Disease
Coats' disease  (also known as exudative retinitis) is a chronic, inflammatory pathologic condition that affects the retina.  This condition is often characterized by white or yellowish deposits and an accumulation of fluid beneath the retina resulting in gradual vision loss.

This condiiton usually occurs in one eye (unilateral) and most often appears in males.  Retinal detachment is likely to  occur in advanced stages, and other diseases such as glaucoma may develop.
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