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Retinal storage leading to a visible cherry-red spot was reported in 12 of 14 (86%) individuals.
A cherry-red spot (arrowhead) was found at the macula lutea.
The most common symptom is the development of a cherry-red spot on the eye, which occurs when a child is four to eight months old.