It is a sort of retinochoroidopathy with focal, later multifocal,spots arise in the retina may be due to some viral origin, sooner or later involving the choroid also. It is a FUNDUS Lesion, spots located in the macular paramacular are predominently (with wispy borders and altered Sheen.
You cannot locate with the terminology you gave.
So, 363.06 Focal retinitis and retinochoroiditis, macular or paramacular, would be more suitable , I believe .
Genetic predisposition may also be there
However check with your Physician whether the description I gave would appropriate or not.
May be this would help ,I am not sure.
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