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We read with interest on the article by Karabas et al 1, which reported statistically significant decreased subfoveal choroidal thickness in patients with oculocutaneous albinism (OCA) as compared with age-controlled normal subjects. We would like to congratulate the authors on being the first to describe this among OCA subjects. However, there are relevant factors that we will like to point out.
Karabas pointed out that their findings of choroidal thickness among the healthy control population were higher than other studies. Karabas reported …
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