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Figure 2: Colour fundus, red-free and autofluorescence (AF) images (a-c) of a 51 years old male with chronic CSCR and a visual acuity of 20/60 in left eye, showing RPE changes and hypoAF areas suggestive of chronicity along with clustered peripapillary pachydrusen near the vascular arcades. Horizontal SS-OCT scan superior to fovea and vertical scan (vertical line in fig a) through the fovea shows RPE deposits suggestive of pachydrusen (arrow, d and e). Also note the presence of large choroidal vessels, degenerated cystoid spaces, loss of outer retinal layers (e)

Figure 2: Colour fundus, red-free and autofluorescence (AF) images (a-c) of a 51 years old male with chronic CSCR and a visual acuity of 20/60 in left eye, showing RPE changes and hypoAF areas suggestive of chronicity along with clustered peripapillary pachydrusen near the vascular arcades. Horizontal SS-OCT scan superior to fovea and vertical scan (vertical line in fig a) through the fovea shows RPE deposits suggestive of pachydrusen (arrow, d and e). Also note the presence of large choroidal vessels, degenerated cystoid spaces, loss of outer retinal layers (e)