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Figure 2: (a) CFP of the left eye shows retinal hemorrhage, cotton wool spots and macular edema. Note the darker appearance of fovea (white arrow) due to cystic changes. (b) MCI renders a greenish hue to the macula owing to macular edema. Cruciate pattern of orange – red foveal cysts (white arrow) is seen at the center of the macula. The extent of the foveal cysts is better demarcated on MCI than CFP. (c) Autofluorescence image of left eye shows cystoid iFAF having same cruciate pattern (red arrow) as seen on MCI and at the same location. Cruciate cystoid iFAF does not match in extent and location with the cystic changes seen on CFP (a). (d) OCT line scan through the fovea shows macular edema with intraretinal cysts (red star) at the fovea which corresponds to cruciate pattern seen on MCI (b) and cystoid iFAF (c)

Figure 2: (a) CFP of the left eye shows retinal hemorrhage, cotton wool spots and macular edema. Note the darker appearance of fovea (white arrow) due to cystic changes. (b) MCI renders a greenish hue to the macula owing to macular edema. Cruciate pattern of orange – red foveal cysts (white arrow) is seen at the center of the macula. The extent of the foveal cysts is better demarcated on MCI than CFP. (c) Autofluorescence image of left eye shows cystoid iFAF having same cruciate pattern (red arrow) as seen on MCI and at the same location. Cruciate cystoid iFAF does not match in extent and location with the cystic changes seen on CFP (a). (d) OCT line scan through the fovea shows macular edema with intraretinal cysts (red star) at the fovea which corresponds to cruciate pattern seen on MCI (b) and cystoid iFAF (c)