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Figure 1: Posttraumatic macular hole-associated retinal detachment. Fundus photograph (a) and optical coherence tomography image (b). Microperimetry, done with four-cross target because of poor fixation, reveals loss of perceived stimuli at the macula (c). The macular hole is smaller and the detachment shallower after 3 days (d and e). Microperimetry shows absolute scotoma (f)

Figure 1: Posttraumatic macular hole-associated retinal detachment. Fundus photograph (a) and optical coherence tomography image (b). Microperimetry, done with four-cross target because of poor fixation, reveals loss of perceived stimuli at the macula (c). The macular hole is smaller and the detachment shallower after 3 days (d and e). Microperimetry shows absolute scotoma (f)