Figure 2: Vasculitic retinal vein occlusion as a manifestation of COVID-19: A 52-year-old patient presented with the diminution of vision in the left eye 10 days after he tested positive for SARS-CoV-2. (a) Fundus photograph demonstrating inferior hemiretinal vein occlusion with superonasal branch retinal vein occlusion. (b) Fundus fluorescein angiogram showing the presence of dilated tortuous vein in inferior and superonasal quadrants with late phases showing staining and leakage from the vessel walls (Blue arrow), multiple areas of hypofluorescence corresponding to retinal hemorrhages clinically, suggestive of blocked fluorescence (Yellow arrow) and areas of hypofluorescence suggestive of capillary nonperfusion (Blue arrow) in involved quadrants. The macular region and optic disc also showed hyperfluorescence in late phases suggestive of leakage. (c) Spectral domain optical coherence tomography illustrating the presence of serous macular detachment (Orange arrow), cystoid macular edema, cysts located in outer nuclear layer (Blue arrow), inner nuclear layer (Red arrow) and ganglion cell layer (Green arrow) and disorganization of retinal inner layers (Yellow arrow) (Reproduced with permission from Sheth JU, Narayanan R, Goyal J, Goyal V. Retinal vein occlusion in COVID-19: A novel entity. Ind J Ophthalmol 2020;68:2291-3).