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Fig. 11 | International Journal of Retina and Vitreous

Fig. 11

From: Human retinal microvascular imaging using adaptive optics scanning light ophthalmoscopy

Fig. 11

Clinical photographs and AOSLO images of a 49-year-old female with proliferative diabetic retinopathy (RR0167). a Fundus photograph of the right eye. Black arrow indicates location of horizontal foveal SDOCT scanning. b IVFA showing scattered microaneursyms and fluorescein leakage. Yellow box indicates the region imaged with AOSLO. c Horizontal foveal SDOCT obtained at the first AOSLO imaging visit. Longitudinal AOSLO imaging performed at d baseline and e 5 months. d1, e1 Confocal AOSLO FA perfusion maps. d2, e2 Nonconfocal AOSLO structural images. d3, e3 Nonconfocal AOSLO motion contrast perfusion maps. Yellow arrows indicate capillary non-perfusion and regression over 5 months

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