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Figure 8: New photoreceptor defects in an area of previously reabsorbed subretinal fluid after anti-VEGF treatment. (a) Pre-treatment SD-OCT B-scan (76-year-old male with subretinal fluid due to CNV in AMD). External limiting membrane (indicated here by yellow arrows) and an interrupted line corresponding with ellipsoid inner segments of photoreceptors (green arrowheads) are clearly visible. The area of subretinal fluid is shown in the enlarged image to the right. (b) B-scan of the same patient taken in the exact same place, using the follow- up mode included in the Spectralis SD-OCT software, four weeks after anti-VEGF treatment showing subretinal fl uid has been reabsorbed. External limiting membrane is disrupted and there is no characteristic hyperrefl ective line to represent the junction between the inner and outer segments of photoreceptors (red arrowheads), the layers are undistinguishable

Figure 8: New photoreceptor defects in an area of previously reabsorbed subretinal fluid after anti-VEGF treatment. (a) Pre-treatment SD-OCT B-scan (76-year-old male with subretinal fluid due to CNV in AMD). External limiting membrane (indicated here by yellow arrows) and an interrupted line corresponding with ellipsoid inner segments of photoreceptors (green arrowheads) are clearly visible. The area of subretinal fluid is shown in the enlarged image to the right. (b) B-scan of the same patient taken in the exact same place, using the follow- up mode included in the Spectralis SD-OCT software, four weeks after anti-VEGF treatment showing subretinal fl uid has been reabsorbed. External limiting membrane is disrupted and there is no characteristic hyperrefl ective line to represent the junction between the inner and outer segments of photoreceptors (red arrowheads), the layers are undistinguishable