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From: Immediate post partum macular subretinal bleeding in a highly myopic patient: a case report

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Multicolor fundus photograph, fluorescein angiography (FA), indocyanine green angiography (ICGA) and spectral domain optical coherence tomography (SD-OCT) of the right eye (RE) in post partum and 6 weeks later a MultiColor fundus photograph shows a macular hemorrhage masking a lacquer crack which appears as a yellowish horizontal line (white arrow). b FA. The macular hemorrhage blocks fluorescence, we can notice a discrete hyperfluorescent line (white arrow) c Late angiographic phase of ICGA showing hypofluorescence at the site of lacquer crack d SD-OCT. The vertical scanning line of macular lesion shows both an hyperreflective elevated lesion in the subretinal space (white arrow) and underlying irregularities of the RPE–BM–CC complex. e SD-OCT. Six weeks later, we can notice a reduction of the height of the subretinal hemorrhage with persistence of irregularities at the level of the RPE and the BM

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