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Figure 1: (a) Cornea of left eye showing 4 × 3 mm deep corneal neovascularization. (b) Anterior segment OCT showing involvement of midstroma (c) Corneal fluorescein angiography showing an arborizing network of neovasularization. (d) Late phase corneal fluorescein angiography showing leakage from the new vessels. (e) Cornea of left eye showing decrease in neovascularization with appearance of ghost vessels and stromal scarring after treatment. (f) Corneal fluorescein angiography showing ghost vessels (red arrows) and patchy stromal scarring (blue arrow) and decreased leakage after treatment

Figure 1: (a) Cornea of left eye showing 4 × 3 mm deep corneal neovascularization. (b) Anterior segment OCT showing involvement of midstroma (c) Corneal fluorescein angiography showing an arborizing network of neovasularization. (d) Late phase corneal fluorescein angiography showing leakage from the new vessels. (e) Cornea of left eye showing decrease in neovascularization with appearance of ghost vessels and stromal scarring after treatment. (f) Corneal fluorescein angiography showing ghost vessels (red arrows) and patchy stromal scarring (blue arrow) and decreased leakage after treatment