浙江省基础公益研究专项(No.LGF22H120013); 宁波市医学科技计划项目(No.2021Y57); 2022年度第一批宁波市鄞州区农社发展科技计划项目(No.2022AS022)
Basic Public Welfare Research Program of Zhejiang Province(No.LGF22H120013); Ningbo Medical Science and Technology Program(No.2021Y57); The First Batch of Ningbo Yinzhou District Agricultural Community Development Science and Technology Plan Projects in 2022(No.2022AS022)
Myopia has become a serious global burden of visual impairment and blindness, and the World Health Organization has included the prevention and treatment of myopia in its global blindness prevention program. Many ocular pathological alterations that follow from advanced myopia could cause visual impairment and even blindness in severe situations. Myopia is becoming more prevalent and has a greater impact on young people. Myopia's social repercussions are becoming more widely known. One of the several fundus alterations linked to myopia is tessellated fundus, which is the earliest lesion in the natural course of myopic fundus lesions and an important clinical marker for the development of retinopathy. Currently, there are several different methods of grading fundus tessellation, all of which are graded subjectively by fundus color photography. One can investigate the morphological characteristics and functional status of the tessellated fundus with ophthalmoscope, fundus photography, optical coherence tomography, electroretinogram, microperimetry and other modal images. In this study, the imaging properties and common applications of the tessellated fundus are reviewed to provide appropriate resources for clinical ophthalmology.