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From: Occlusive retinal vasculopathy with macular branch retinal artery occlusion as a leading sign of atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome – a case report

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Optical Coherence Tomography at Presentation and Follow-up. a-b Left eye at presentation: Vertical scan showing paracentral acute medial maculopathy, appearing as a hyperreflective band involving the the inner nuclear layer superior to the fovea (a, arrows) and a horizontal inferior scan showing inner retinal thinning, indicating previous retinal ischemia (b, arrows). c Vertical scan of the right eye at presentation showing mild thinning of the retinal nerve fiber and ganglion cell layer, compatible with previous inner ischemia. d Left eye at last visit showing thinning of the affected INL in the area of the BRAO (arrows)

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