tessellated fundus

(redirected from Mosaic Fundus)

tes·sel·lat·ed fun·dus

a normal fundus to which a deeply pigmented choroid gives the appearance of dark polygonal areas between the choroidal vessels, especially in the periphery.

tes·sel·lat·ed fun·dus

(tes'ĕ-lāt-ĕd fŭn'dŭs)
A normal fundus to which a deeply pigmented choroid gives the appearance of dark polygonal areas between the choroidal vessels, especially in the periphery.
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Ciardella, "Mosaic fundus imaging in the diagnosis of retinal diseases," Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, vol.