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Figure 1: (a) showing pale disc edema (blue arrows) with an inferotemporal branch retinal artery occlusion, (b and c) showing “wedge shaped” equatorial choroidal infarcts on fluorescein angiogram, and (d) right side temporal artery biopsy at 200× magnification showing intimal proliferation with breaks in the internal elastic lamina (yellow arrows) with extravasation of red blood cells in the tunica media (black arrow) with minimal inflammatory cells, suggestive of vasculitis

Figure 1: (a) showing pale disc edema (blue arrows) with an inferotemporal branch retinal artery occlusion, (b and c) showing “wedge shaped” equatorial choroidal infarcts on fluorescein angiogram, and (d) right side temporal artery biopsy at 200× magnification showing intimal proliferation with breaks in the internal elastic lamina (yellow arrows) with extravasation of red blood cells in the tunica media (black arrow) with minimal inflammatory cells, suggestive of vasculitis