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From: Unilateral acute maculopathy associated with adult onset hand, foot and mouth disease: case report and review of literature

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Clinical profile and ancillary investigations at baseline. Color fundus photography demonstrates the presence of irregular, ill defined, circular area of white grey discoloration of the right macula with intraretinal haemorrhage, intraretinal thickening and retinal pigmentary changes temporal to the fovea (A). Infrared imaging showing the presence of a figure of eight or dumb-bell-shaped lesion with disruption of the inner segment-outer segment (IS-OS) junction and hyperreflective debris at the apical side of the retinal pigment epithelium on the corresponding spectral domain ocular coherence tomography (SD-OCT) (B). Fundus fluorescein angiography showing a large area of intense subretinal hyperfluorescence indicating significant macular leakage (C) along with a small central area of pooling (yellow arrow) with no extra-macular abnormalities and no vasculitis. Indocyanine green angiography demonstrating irregular heterogenous patches of blocked fluorescence in the corresponding area (D).

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