- Favre’s disease
- Favre’s hyaloideoretinal degeneration
- Goldmann-Favre disease
A familial eye disease characterized by night blindness, vitreoretinal degeneration, peripheral retinoschisis and epiretinal membranes.
A familial eye disease characterized by early onset of night blindness, bilateral progressive vitreoretinal degeneration with peripheral atypical retinopathia pigmentosa, peripheral retinoschisis and epiretinal membranes. Only a few cases reported. Autosomal recessive inheritance.
- H. Goldmann:
Biomicroscopie du corps vitré et du fond d’oeil.
Bulletins et mémoires de la Société française d'ophtalmologie, 1957, 70: 265.
- M. Favre:
À propos de deux cas de dégénérescence hyaloideorétinienne.
Ophthalmologica, Basel, 1958, 135: 604.
- M. Favre:
A propos de deux cas de dégénérescence hyaloideorétienne: Two cases of hyaloidretinal degeneration.
Ophthalmologica, Basel, 1958, 135: 604-609.
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