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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Fundus photograph of the right eye (a) shows presence of multiple deep yellow choroidal lesions in the macular area suggestive of choroidal granulomas. There is surrounding subretinal fluid which is extending till the inferior arcades. The multicolor fundus image shows a well-demarcated intraretinal cystic structure (white arrows), and a whitish subretinal linear lesion (yellow arrowhead) more clearly compared to the fundus photograph (b). The combined fluorescein angiography (FA) and indocyanine green angiography (ICGA) in the early phase (c and d) shows early hypofluorescence of the macular choroidal granulomas. In the late phase, the lesions are hyperfluorescent on FA with pooling of dye (e), and hypofluorescent on ICGA (f)

Figure 1: Fundus photograph of the right eye (a) shows presence of multiple deep yellow choroidal lesions in the macular area suggestive of choroidal granulomas. There is surrounding subretinal fluid which is extending till the inferior arcades. The multicolor fundus image shows a well-demarcated intraretinal cystic structure (white arrows), and a whitish subretinal linear lesion (yellow arrowhead) more clearly compared to the fundus photograph (b). The combined fluorescein angiography (FA) and indocyanine green angiography (ICGA) in the early phase (c and d) shows early hypofluorescence of the macular choroidal granulomas. In the late phase, the lesions are hyperfluorescent on FA with pooling of dye (e), and hypofluorescent on ICGA (f)