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Figure 3

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

Figure 3

Autofluorescence images. Autofluorescence at baseline revealed a irregular hypo-autofluorescent area with a strip of hyperautofluorescence at temporal edge (A), which over the next 4 days became morphologically similar to a dumb-bell-shaped maculopathy with increasing hyperautofluorescence at the rim of hypo-autofluorescent lesion (B). The lesion showed more stippled hyperautofluorescence at 1 month (C) with constricting lesion and loss of background fluorescence on subsequent follow-up at 2 months (D) and at 4 months (E).

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