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Figure 2: Case 4: fundus examination revealed TRD caused by fibrotic membranes extending from optic nerve head to the back of the nasal part of the lens anteriorly and nasal periphery resulting in inferonasal foveal ectopia and detachment (a and b). PPV was performed on both eyes and macula was attached (although displaced inferonasaly) (c and d) with a very well-formed foveal contour in OCT (e and f)

Figure 2: Case 4: fundus examination revealed TRD caused by fibrotic membranes extending from optic nerve head to the back of the nasal part of the lens anteriorly and nasal periphery resulting in inferonasal foveal ectopia and detachment (a and b). PPV was performed on both eyes and macula was attached (although displaced inferonasaly) (c and d) with a very well-formed foveal contour in OCT (e and f)