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Figure 2: Fundus photographs, FAF and OCTA images showing various patterns of lesion activity in eyes with Tubercular choroiditis Fundus photograph shows a creamy white active patch of choroiditis superior to the fovea (a). Corresponding FAF shows characteristic pattern of hyperautofluorescence within the lesion (b). OCTA image shows presence of flow void areas at the level of the choriocapillaris just superior to the fovea (yellow oval) (c). Color fundus photograph shows two different patches of healing choroiditis in the superior macula with discrete edges and increased pigmentation. (d). Corresponding FAF image shows a mixed stippled pattern of hypo and hyperautofluorescence (yellow triangle) (e) OCTA image shows dark flow void areas at the edge of the lesion whereas the center of the lesion has islands of preserved choriocapillaris (white arrow) (f). Fundus photograph showing well-demarcated pigmentary lesion in the healed stage of choroiditis involving the macula and superior mid periphery (g). FAF image depicts complete hypoautofluorescence corresponding to the fundus lesion (h). OCTA image shows medium sized choroidal vessels and preserved choriocapillaris (i)

Figure 2: Fundus photographs, FAF and OCTA images showing various patterns of lesion activity in eyes with Tubercular choroiditis Fundus photograph shows a creamy white active patch of choroiditis superior to the fovea (a). Corresponding FAF shows characteristic pattern of hyperautofluorescence within the lesion (b). OCTA image shows presence of flow void areas at the level of the choriocapillaris just superior to the fovea (yellow oval) (c). Color fundus photograph shows two different patches of healing choroiditis in the superior macula with discrete edges and increased pigmentation. (d). Corresponding FAF image shows a mixed stippled pattern of hypo and hyperautofluorescence (yellow triangle) (e) OCTA image shows dark flow void areas at the edge of the lesion whereas the center of the lesion has islands of preserved choriocapillaris (white arrow) (f). Fundus photograph showing well-demarcated pigmentary lesion in the healed stage of choroiditis involving the macula and superior mid periphery (g). FAF image depicts complete hypoautofluorescence corresponding to the fundus lesion (h). OCTA image shows medium sized choroidal vessels and preserved choriocapillaris (i)