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Figure 1:(a) Color fundus photo (CFP) of left eye shows hard exudates and retinal hemorrhage. Center of the fovea (white arrow) does not show any cystic change due to macular edema. (b) Multicolour image (MCI) shows greenish hue over macula due to macular edema. Orange – red foveal cysts (white arrow) are seen at the center of fovea suggestive of foveal cystic change. (c) Autofluorescence image of left eye shows cystoid increased autofluorescence (cystoid iFAF) (red arrow) corresponding to the orange – red cysts seen on MCI. (d) Optical coherence tomography (OCT) line scan through the fovea shows large cysts of diabetic macular edema corresponding to the cysts seen on MCI (b) and cystoid iFAF on autofluorescence (c)

Figure 1:(a) Color fundus photo (CFP) of left eye shows hard exudates and retinal hemorrhage. Center of the fovea (white arrow) does not show any cystic change due to macular edema. (b) Multicolour image (MCI) shows greenish hue over macula due to macular edema. Orange – red foveal cysts (white arrow) are seen at the center of fovea suggestive of foveal cystic change. (c) Autofluorescence image of left eye shows cystoid increased autofluorescence (cystoid iFAF) (red arrow) corresponding to the orange – red cysts seen on MCI. (d) Optical coherence tomography (OCT) line scan through the fovea shows large cysts of diabetic macular edema corresponding to the cysts seen on MCI (b) and cystoid iFAF on autofluorescence (c)