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

Figure 2

Follow-up investigations. Funds fluorescein angiography (A) demonstrates late staining with reduced leakage, and indocyanine green angiography (B) illustrates irregular ‘moth-eaten’ choroidal vasculature with tortous choroidal vessels around the foveal region. A residual scar remained in the right macula with intraretinal pigmentary change and resolution of subretinal fluid with a subretinal fibrotic scar on SD-OCT (C). There is a presence of disrupted irregular photoreceptor layer with hyperreflective debris on the apical side of the retinal pigment epithelium.

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