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Fig. 1 | BMC Ophthalmology

Fig. 1

From: Imageology features of different types of multifocal choroiditis

Fig. 1

Typical fundus color photography images of the MFC eyes. a An eye where active inflammatory lesions and inactive inflammatory lesions were found coexists. Active inflammatory lesions are seen on the nasal side of the macula. They were yellowish white plaques with blurred edges and punctate hemorrhage (white arrow). An inactive inflammatory lesion was seen in the upper vascular arch, which was grayish white with clear borders (white arrow). b An eye where inactive inflammatory lesions were detected. Scattered old lesions with clear circular borders are located at the posterior pole. A scarred CNV can be seen in the macular area with pigmentation (white arrow). No bleeding and other lesions are found on this CNV. c The healthy control

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