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Fig. 4 | BMC Ophthalmology

Fig. 4

From: Bilateral Pachychoroid disease with type 3 Uveal effusion syndrome in one eye and central serous Chorioretinopathy in contralateral eye: a case report

Fig. 4

Fundus findings after the third surgery. a One month after surgery, retinal and choroidal detachment have disappeared. b On OCT, macular choroidal thickness has decreased to 352 μm (up-down arrow). c In late-phase ICGA, choroidal hyperpermeability and dye leakage have improved. d On OCT, the choroidal thickness in the inferior peripheral fundus has decreased to 554 μm (up-down arrow). e FAF image shows hyperautofluorescent spots over a large area of the fundus. f FAF image depicts hyperautofluorescence consistent with the descending atrophic tract from the macula. ICGA: indocyanine green angiography, OCT: optical coherence tomography, FAF: fundus autofluorescence

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