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Figure 1: (a and b): Fundus photographs of both eyes showing tortuous “corkscrew” shaped retinal venules (blue arrows) in all four quadrants with normal appearance of retinal arterioles (yellow arrows), (c and d): 12 × 12 mm optical coherence tomography angiography scan showing superficial capillary plexus of both eyes which highlights retinal venular tortuosity (blue arrows) and normal architecture of retinal arterioles (yellow arrows)

Figure 1: (a and b): Fundus photographs of both eyes showing tortuous “corkscrew” shaped retinal venules (blue arrows) in all four quadrants with normal appearance of retinal arterioles (yellow arrows), (c and d): 12 × 12 mm optical coherence tomography angiography scan showing superficial capillary plexus of both eyes which highlights retinal venular tortuosity (blue arrows) and normal architecture of retinal arterioles (yellow arrows)