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Figure 1: Fundus photography of the right eye demonstrated tiny parafoveal pinpoint exudation and subtle vascular misdirection with looping along the superonasal periphery [Fig. 1a, blue arrow]. Fluorescein angiography demonstrated superonasal peripheral nonperfusion (white arrows) with tortuous looping vessels, telangiectasia (yellow arrows), and light bulb microaneurysms (blue arrows) [Figure 1]b, [Figure 1]c. Optical coherence tomography confirmed the presence of intraretinal macular exudation (white arrow) and mild, noncystoid edema in the papillomacular bundle [Figure 1]d

Figure 1: Fundus photography of the right eye demonstrated tiny parafoveal pinpoint exudation and subtle vascular misdirection with looping along the superonasal periphery [Fig. 1a, blue arrow]. Fluorescein angiography demonstrated superonasal peripheral nonperfusion (white arrows) with tortuous looping vessels, telangiectasia (yellow arrows), and light bulb microaneurysms (blue arrows) [Figure 1]b, [Figure 1]c. Optical coherence tomography confirmed the presence of intraretinal macular exudation (white arrow) and mild, noncystoid edema in the papillomacular bundle [Figure 1]d