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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 3: Multimodal imaging of the right eye at presentation, 2 months, and 9 months posttreatment is shown in the top, middle, and bottom rows, respectively. On fundus autofluorescence imaging (a-c), the hyperautofluorescent lesion regressed to a faint isoautofluorescent scar. Near-infrared reflectance imaging (d-f) showed mildly hyperreflective lesion with a dark halo at baseline which regressed with treatment. Enhanced depth imaging spectral-domain optical coherence tomography scans (g-i) demonstrated resolution of the tubercle with treatment, restoring the normal choroidal architecture. Increased signal transmission effect was seen beneath the lesion (arrow)

Figure 3: Multimodal imaging of the right eye at presentation, 2 months, and 9 months posttreatment is shown in the top, middle, and bottom rows, respectively. On fundus autofluorescence imaging (a-c), the hyperautofluorescent lesion regressed to a faint isoautofluorescent scar. Near-infrared reflectance imaging (d-f) showed mildly hyperreflective lesion with a dark halo at baseline which regressed with treatment. Enhanced depth imaging spectral-domain optical coherence tomography scans (g-i) demonstrated resolution of the tubercle with treatment, restoring the normal choroidal architecture. Increased signal transmission effect was seen beneath the lesion (arrow)