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Figure 3: Case of tubercular choroiditis: Color fundus photograph (a) at baseline depicts the creamy-white active lesions (white arrow) and multiple pigmented discrete healed choroidal lesions in the temporal periphery. FAF shows mixed pattern of autofluorescence with increased autofluorescence at the edge of the lesions (b). Corresponding OCTA (c) image shows areas of flow void at the level of the choriocapillaris corresponding to the active patch of choroiditis,(white arrow) whereas the center of the lesion has islands of preserved choriocapillaris. After 3 weeks of treatment the lesions become pigmented on fundus photography (d). FAF image shows mixed pattern of autofluorescence (e) However, the OCTA image shows regression of the lesion with decrease in the area of choriocapillaris flow void suggestive of remarkable improvement compared to baseline (f)

Figure 3: Case of tubercular choroiditis: Color fundus photograph (a) at baseline depicts the creamy-white active lesions (white arrow) and multiple pigmented discrete healed choroidal lesions in the temporal periphery. FAF shows mixed pattern of autofluorescence with increased autofluorescence at the edge of the lesions (b). Corresponding OCTA (c) image shows areas of flow void at the level of the choriocapillaris corresponding to the active patch of choroiditis,(white arrow) whereas the center of the lesion has islands of preserved choriocapillaris. After 3 weeks of treatment the lesions become pigmented on fundus photography (d). FAF image shows mixed pattern of autofluorescence (e) However, the OCTA image shows regression of the lesion with decrease in the area of choriocapillaris flow void suggestive of remarkable improvement compared to baseline (f)