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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

Fig. 2

Fluorescein Angiography – Bilateral Occlusive Vasculopathy at Presentation. a Fluorescein angiography (FA) of the right eye temporal to the macular showing leakage from retinal capillaries, and teleangiectatic vessels (3.30 min). b FA of the left eye showing hypofluorescence superior and involving the fovea, compatible with hypoperfusion due to branch retinal artery occlusion. Note leakage from retinal capillaries and optic disc (1.18 min). c-d Late phase showing capillary leakage, peripheral capillary nonperfusion and marked hot discs (8 min)

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