Small, yellow, or white, round deposits from extracellular debris located in the middle of Bruch's membrane and the retinal pigment epithelium at the fundus. They have well-defined borders, and the presence of many of them increases the risk of developing soft drusen, which can cause fundus pigment abnormalities. It is normal to have a few of them in the periphery due to age.
Also Known As
- Nodular Drusen