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Figure 3: (a) Fundus photograph 3 weeks after Nd:YAG membranotomy showing the resolution of the premacular hemorrhage. Long black and white arrows depicting the first and the second internal limiting membrane openings, respectively. (b) Infrared image with overlaid raster scans (blue and green lines) demonstrating the positions of spectral domain optical coherence tomography cross section (c and d). Short black and white arrows depicting the internal limiting membrane openings. (c) Detached internal limiting membrane and intact macula are noted. (d) Detached internal limiting membrane and two openings of internal limiting membrane without underlying retinal damage are noted. Black and white arrowheads depicting the first and the second internal limiting membrane openings, respectively

Figure 3: (a) Fundus photograph 3 weeks after Nd:YAG membranotomy showing the resolution of the premacular hemorrhage. Long black and white arrows depicting the first and the second internal limiting membrane openings, respectively. (b) Infrared image with overlaid raster scans (blue and green lines) demonstrating the positions of spectral domain optical coherence tomography cross section (c and d). Short black and white arrows depicting the internal limiting membrane openings. (c) Detached internal limiting membrane and intact macula are noted. (d) Detached internal limiting membrane and two openings of internal limiting membrane without underlying retinal damage are noted. Black and white arrowheads depicting the first and the second internal limiting membrane openings, respectively