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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: (a and b) Left eye color and red-free fundus photographs showing a well-defined pigmented lesion along the inferior part of the foveola. (c) Vertical scans of swept-source optical coherence tomography showing a hyperreflective lesion just inferior to the umbo. (d) Horizontal scans passing through the foveola showing a normal foveal dip in the absence of any retinal anatomical distortion. (e) Optical coherence tomography angiography showing a mildly distorted foveal avascular zone with a normal superficial retinal plexus anatomy

Figure 1: (a and b) Left eye color and red-free fundus photographs showing a well-defined pigmented lesion along the inferior part of the foveola. (c) Vertical scans of swept-source optical coherence tomography showing a hyperreflective lesion just inferior to the umbo. (d) Horizontal scans passing through the foveola showing a normal foveal dip in the absence of any retinal anatomical distortion. (e) Optical coherence tomography angiography showing a mildly distorted foveal avascular zone with a normal superficial retinal plexus anatomy