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Fig. 2

From: Disseminated Nocardiosis with subretinal abscess in a patient with nephrotic syndrome-a case report

Fig. 2

Fundus photographs taken before and after intravitreal injections. Fundus photograph showing mild vitritis and the area of the creamy-white mass had expanded over the superior and inferior arcades at the day of hospitalization (a). Three days after initial intravitreal injections, the subretinal abscess had improved significantly (b). A week after the second intravitreal injections, the subretinal abscess was gradually relieved and only left small part inferior the lesion (c). A month after the third intravitreal injections, the subretinal abscess had resolved, leaving some yellowish subretinal precipitates and chorioretinal scarring (d)

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