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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1 :A: 30 degree fundus photograph showing the retinal vessels emerging in nasal direction in the right eye and normal (temporal) direction in the left eye. B: OCT report of the peripapillary Fast RNFL thickness scan (3.4) showing (i) RNFL thickness in clock hour sectors, (ii) fundus image with scan circle, (iii) RNFL thickness of the quadrants and (iv) false color cross-sectional image of the retina. Note the difference in the RNFL thickness between the temporal sector and the nasal sector in the right eye (86 microns) and in the left eye (14 microns)

Figure 1 :A: 30 degree fundus photograph showing the retinal vessels emerging in nasal direction in the right eye and normal (temporal) direction in the left eye. B: OCT report of the peripapillary Fast RNFL thickness scan (3.4) showing (i) RNFL thickness in clock hour sectors, (ii) fundus image with scan circle, (iii) RNFL thickness of the quadrants and (iv) false color cross-sectional image of the retina. Note the difference in the RNFL thickness between the temporal sector and the nasal sector in the right eye (86 microns) and in the left eye (14 microns)