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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Left eye fundus photograph showing a creamish-white, coin-shaped lesion at the fovea (a, left panel). Simultaneous Optical coherence tomography (OCT) revealed a hyperreflective lesion involving all retinal layers and vitreous cells overlying the lesion (a, right panel). Fundus photograph 5 days later showing worsening of the retinitis lesion (b, left panel). The OCT showed that the lesion had spread horizontally over the retinal surface with an increase in vitreous cells (b, right panel). 2 days following vitrectomy, the lesion showing marked decrease in the size on fundus photograph (c, left panel) and on OCT (c, right panel))

Figure 1: Left eye fundus photograph showing a creamish-white, coin-shaped lesion at the fovea (a, left panel). Simultaneous Optical coherence tomography (OCT) revealed a hyperreflective lesion involving all retinal layers and vitreous cells overlying the lesion (a, right panel). Fundus photograph 5 days later showing worsening of the retinitis lesion (b, left panel). The OCT showed that the lesion had spread horizontally over the retinal surface with an increase in vitreous cells (b, right panel). 2 days following vitrectomy, the lesion showing marked decrease in the size on fundus photograph (c, left panel) and on OCT (c, right panel))