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Figure 1: Neuroretinitis with Frosted branch angiitis in a young female. (a) Fundus picture of the right eye (RE) showing optic disc edema (blue arrow), wedge-shaped opacification of the retina temporal to the fovea (red arrow) along with sheathing of the superior and nasal retinal arterioles (yellow arrows) suggestive of frosted branch angiitis. (b) Late phase ultrawide field fluorescein angiogram of the RE showing non-perfusion in the area of the vasculitis with leakage over the disc. (c) Optical coherence tomography demonstrating paracentral acute middle maculopathy

Figure 1: Neuroretinitis with Frosted branch angiitis in a young female. (a) Fundus picture of the right eye (RE) showing optic disc edema (blue arrow), wedge-shaped opacification of the retina temporal to the fovea (red arrow) along with sheathing of the superior and nasal retinal arterioles (yellow arrows) suggestive of frosted branch angiitis. (b) Late phase ultrawide field fluorescein angiogram of the RE showing non-perfusion in the area of the vasculitis with leakage over the disc. (c) Optical coherence tomography demonstrating paracentral acute middle maculopathy