Compare the overall colour of the fundus. A hyperaemic “tomato catsup / ketchup” fundus suggests Sturge Weber Syndrome and a hyperpigmented fundus suggests ocular melanocytosis.
Any choroidal tumour can present with the following:
Also check the optic disc for glaucoma (e.g. Sturge-Weber Syndrome, melanolytic glaucoma) and melanocytomas
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