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Figure 2: (a) Color fundus photograph of the right eye of a Group I patient showing a neurosensory detachment at the macula without any retinal vascular changes: A central serous retinopathy like picture. (b) Color fundus photograph 1 month after treatment. Resolution of subretinal fluid, with retinal pigment epithelial changes at the macula are noted. (c) Early arteriovenous phase and (d) late arteriovenous phase: Fluorescein angiography showing numerous pronounced retinal pigment epithelial leaks which are bigger and confined to the macula with late pooling of dye

Figure 2: (a) Color fundus photograph of the right eye of a Group I patient showing a neurosensory detachment at the macula without any retinal vascular changes: A central serous retinopathy like picture. (b) Color fundus photograph 1 month after treatment. Resolution of subretinal fluid, with retinal pigment epithelial changes at the macula are noted. (c) Early arteriovenous phase and (d) late arteriovenous phase: Fluorescein angiography showing numerous pronounced retinal pigment epithelial leaks which are bigger and confined to the macula with late pooling of dye