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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 2: Seven days later, the macular hole is closed and the subretinal fluid nearly completely absorbed (a and b). Examination by microperimetry remained the same (c). Three weeks later, the chorioretinal scarring is very prominent (d and e). Large atrophic holes in the inferior periphery were laser delimited (f)

Figure 2: Seven days later, the macular hole is closed and the subretinal fluid nearly completely absorbed (a and b). Examination by microperimetry remained the same (c). Three weeks later, the chorioretinal scarring is very prominent (d and e). Large atrophic holes in the inferior periphery were laser delimited (f)