A Case of Cystic Arrhenoblastoma of the Ovary
The authors have observed one patient whose vision has slowly been lessened. They :have written all the ophthalmoscopic changes which would help in diagnosis of a angioid strire of the retina. The patient showed some skin lesions as well, which proved the existence of a general affection. At the end, the authors have written all the associated forms ofm the disease and other familial and mesodermic affections which may be seen with it.