Roth's spot

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Medical Definition of Roth's spot

Roth's spot: A hemorrhage in the retina with a white center. Originally associated with bacterial endocarditis, Roth's spots may be seen in leukemia, diabetes, collagen-vascular diseases, and other conditions that predispose to hemorrhage in the retina.


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Reviewed on 5/13/2016

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