Hollenhorst plaques



Hollenhorst plaques Hol·len·horst plaques (hŏl’ən-hôrst’)
pl.n.
Glittering orange-yellow atheromatous emboli in the retinal arterioles containing cholesterin crystals, indicative of cardiovascular disease.

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