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Fig. 5 | International Journal of Retina and Vitreous

Fig. 5

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

Fig. 5

Case 2. Fundus autofluorescence (FAF) at presentation (a, b), 1 month after 1 anti-VEGF injection (c, d) and 1 month after 3 anti-VEGF injections (e, f). c, d After the first injection, bilateral zonal progression was noted. FAF showed the typical trizonal pattern consisting of an hypo-FAF area (yellow stars) surrounded by a large area of speckled FAF (green asterisks), circumscribed by a continuous annular hyper-FAF demarcation line (blue arrows) at the junction between the involved and uninvolved retina (red asterisks). c In the right eye (RE) FAF showed enlargement of the peripapillary zonal lesion and new hyperFAF zonal lesions appeared temporal to the fovea. d In the left eye (LE) FAF showed progression of the zonal macular lesion with foveal involvement. e, f After the third injection FAF showed bilateral progression of the zonal lesions with confluence of the lesions in the RE (e) and foveal sparing. In the LE (f), the hyper-FAF annular outer border lesion was no longer detectable

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