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Figure 1: (a) Fundus photograph showing translucent white patch (black arrowhead) along the territory of the cilioretinal artery with dilated, tortuous veins, disc edema, and hemorrhage suggestive of central retinal vein occlusion with cilioretinal infarction. (b) Swept source optical coherence tomography image demonstrates inner retinal hyperreflectivity in the region of the cilioretinal artery. Lack of cystoid changes at the fovea or significant macular edema/thickening is also evident

Figure 1: (a) Fundus photograph showing translucent white patch (black arrowhead) along the territory of the cilioretinal artery with dilated, tortuous veins, disc edema, and hemorrhage suggestive of central retinal vein occlusion with cilioretinal infarction. (b) Swept source optical coherence tomography image demonstrates inner retinal hyperreflectivity in the region of the cilioretinal artery. Lack of cystoid changes at the fovea or significant macular edema/thickening is also evident