Despite being an avid follower of Case of the Day, you get miffed at the silly cases so far. "Craig, what's up with all your cases? Sure, some of us might consider dermatology or radiology, but you know like 50% of us are heading for ophtho. You need to have an ophtho challenge!"
Well, never fear.
You appreciate this on ophthalmic exam. There are several things that can cause this appearance, but one of them is particularly likely in this patient of Ashkenazi Jewish descent.
Challenge: This person has an accumulation of something in his cells. What is it?
1. What is the finding here called?
2. There could be a vascular cause of this finding. Which artery would be involved then?
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