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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 2: (a). Right fundus shows a falciform retinal fold extending from the optic nerve temporally, involving the entire retina. There is exudation within the falciform fold and peripherally. (b) The left eye shows mild macular temporal dragging of the vessels and an incidental prefoveal gliotic tuft. (c) Fluorescein angiography shows peripheral and posterior leakage in the right eye within the falciform fold. (d) Note the areas of capillary nonperfusion, staining, and new vessels in the left eye posterior to and within the laser treated areas

Figure 2: (a). Right fundus shows a falciform retinal fold extending from the optic nerve temporally, involving the entire retina. There is exudation within the falciform fold and peripherally. (b) The left eye shows mild macular temporal dragging of the vessels and an incidental prefoveal gliotic tuft. (c) Fluorescein angiography shows peripheral and posterior leakage in the right eye within the falciform fold. (d) Note the areas of capillary nonperfusion, staining, and new vessels in the left eye posterior to and within the laser treated areas