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Figure 1: (a) Color fundus photograph of left eye showing an area of yellowish brown depigmentation inferonasal to fovea (white circle); (b) multicolor composite showing loss of perifoveal greenish hue over the area of acute macular neuroretinopathy lesion along with pinkish discoloration (white circle); (c) line scan SDOCT image through the lesion showing thickening of outer plexiform layer (OPL) on the nasal side of fovea compared with the temporal side (white arrow). The difference in the OPL thickness can be clearly made out in blown up image in the lower panel (yellow rectangle) comparing with the temporal OPL (yellow triangle). Note the subtle zone of discontinuity of external limiting membrane beneath the thickened OPL (red triangle) and thinning of outer nuclear layer; (d) infrared reflectance image showing hyperreflectance corresponding to the AMN lesion (white circle)

Figure 1: (a) Color fundus photograph of left eye showing an area of yellowish brown depigmentation inferonasal to fovea (white circle); (b) multicolor composite showing loss of perifoveal greenish hue over the area of acute macular neuroretinopathy lesion along with pinkish discoloration (white circle); (c) line scan SDOCT image through the lesion showing thickening of outer plexiform layer (OPL) on the nasal side of fovea compared with the temporal side (white arrow). The difference in the OPL thickness can be clearly made out in blown up image in the lower panel (yellow rectangle) comparing with the temporal OPL (yellow triangle). Note the subtle zone of discontinuity of external limiting membrane beneath the thickened OPL (red triangle) and thinning of outer nuclear layer; (d) infrared reflectance image showing hyperreflectance corresponding to the AMN lesion (white circle)