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Fig. 1 | BMC Ophthalmology

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From: Varicella zoster virus-associated Chorioretinitis: a case report

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Imaging findings for a 61-year-old woman with varicella zoster virus-associated chorioretinitis. Multiple chorioretinal lesions can be observed superonasal to the fovea at the initial visit (a). Fluorescein and indocyanine green angiography findings in the late phase (b, c). Optical coherence tomography reveals hyper-reflective spots in the choroid layer and focal thickening of the choroid with an irregular overlying retinal pigment epithelium (d). Fundus photography and optical coherence tomographic images at 1 week after intravenous acyclovir treatment (e, f). The chorioretinal lesion and macular edema have resolved, although focal hypo-reflectivities observed on fundus autofluorescence remain because of atrophic changes at 2 weeks after intravenous acyclovir treatment (gi)

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