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a round white retina spot surrounded by hemorrhage in bacterial endocarditis, and in other retinal hemorrhagic conditions.
[Moritz Roth, Swiss physician and pathologist, 1839–1914]
Retinal hemorrhages with pale centers, seen in subacute bacterial endocarditis, severe anemia, and leukemia. It is caused by a systemic infection, esp. acute infective endocarditis.
Roth,Moritz, Swiss physician and pathologist, 1839-1914.
Roth spots - a round white retina spot surrounded by hemorrhage in bacterial endocarditis and in other retinal hemorrhagic conditions.
vas aberrans of Roth - an occasional diverticulum of the rete testis or of the efferent ductules of the testis.