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Fig. 3 | International Journal of Retina and Vitreous

Fig. 3

From: Clinical course of acute zonal occult outer retinopathy complicated by choroidal neovascularization

Fig. 3

Case 1. Spectral-domain optical coherence tomography images of the left eye at presentation (a), day 10 (b), week 3 (c), week 6 (d), week 10 (e), and month 5 (f). At presentation (a) there was evidence of normal foveal contour with outer retinal changes disrupting the continuity of the ellipsoid zone band. At day 10 (b), there was mild subretinal fluid nasal to the fovea. At week 3 (c), there was a significant increase in the quantity of subretinal fluid. There was evidence of hyperreflective material within the subretinal fluid that may represent fibrin. Below the subretinal fluid, there appeared to be layered hyperreflective bands which could represent the layering of the fibrin. By week 6 (d), there was more fluid, and a consolidation of the hyperreflective material. By week 10 and month 5, there is resolution of the subretinal fluid with persistent well-defined hyperreflective material consistent with retinal scar

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