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Fig. 1 | International Journal of Retina and Vitreous

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From: High-resolution adaptive optics findings in talc retinopathy

Fig. 1

a, b Color fundus photographs of left and right eye showing multiple glistening small yellow crystals scattered intravascularly and extravascularly within the posterior pole. c, d Adaptive optics images of the two yellow squares marked in the color fundus photographs in a, b. Arrows point the clumps of talc particles seen in the color fundus photographs. Arrow heads point the tiny talc particles that could not be detected clinically. (1), (2) OCT scans corresponding to the 2 green lines in the color fundus photographs demonstrating the location of these talc crystals (hyper-reflective dots).

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