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Figure 4: (a) A patient with massive subretnal exudates with shallow exudative retinal detachment. (b) Careful peripheral examination showed a yellowish mass lesion with intense vascular supply s/o vasoproliferative tumor. (c and d) Fundus fluorescein angiography of the same patient showing dragging of the vessels at the posterior pole with very early hyper-fluorescence and intense leakage. This patient was treated with intravitreal tricort in the dosage of 4 mg/0.1 ml with triple freeze-thaw

Figure 4: (a) A patient with massive subretnal exudates with shallow exudative retinal detachment. (b) Careful peripheral examination showed a yellowish mass lesion with intense vascular supply s/o vasoproliferative tumor. (c and d) Fundus fluorescein angiography of the same patient showing dragging of the vessels at the posterior pole with very early hyper-fluorescence and intense leakage. This patient was treated with intravitreal tricort in the dosage of 4 mg/0.1 ml with triple freeze-thaw