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From: Multicolor imaging in choroidal osteomas

Fig. 2

Case 3—Multimodal imaging in a patient with predominantly decalcified choroidal osteoma in the LE. a CF showing yellowish choroidal osteoma lesion at the peripapillary region with retinal pigment epithelial alterations noted temporal to the macula. b Ocular ultrasound showed hyperechoic area with shadowing confirming CO. c Horizontal line OCT scan passing through the fovea shows subtle elevation by the tumour temporal to the ONH and presence of sub foveal SRF. d MC image shows minimal orangish discoloration in the peripapillary area and temporal to the macula suggestive of overlying RPE atrophy. The decalcified tumour is not seen on MC image. e Infrared reflectance shows white areas corresponding to the orange areas in MC image suggestive of atrophied RPE. f, g Blue and green reflectance images do not show the osteoma lesion

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