In which part of the human body would you find a Mittendorf's dot?
#9527. Asked by pjb. (Jan 12 01 6:25 PM)
Mittendorf's dot, a congenital anomaly manifested as a small gray or white opacity just inferior and nasal to the posterior pole of the lens, representing the remains of the lenticular attachment of the hyaloid artery; it does not affect vision.
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