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Fig. 6 | International Journal of Retina and Vitreous

Fig. 6

From: Multi-modal imaging and anatomic classification of the white dot syndromes

Fig. 6

Birdshot uveitis. A 58-year-old woman presented with photophobia in both eyes. White, deep, multifocal, choroidal lesions were seen on examination, mostly located nasally (top row). Fundus autofluorescence showed that these lesions were hypoautofluorescent (second row). The lesions were hyperfluorescent on fluorescein angiography (third row), and corresponded to hypocyanescent spots on indocyanine green (bottom row). Spectral-domain optical coherence tomographies of the fovea in both eyes were relatively unremarkable. Enhanced-depth imaging of lesions seen on previous imaging (yellow circles) demonstrates focally disrupted outer retinal structures with increased transmission into the choroid. Work-up revealed HLA-A29 positivity

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