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Figure 1 | Journal of Ophthalmic Inflammation and Infection

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From: Fundus autofluorescence in the diagnosis and monitoring of acute retinal necrosis

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FAF imaging results. (A-C) Color fundus photograph and fluorescein angiography demonstrating presentation of an ARN lesion and vasculitis. (D-F) Color fundus photographs and FAF imaging demonstrating hyperautofluorescent borders adjacent to areas of complete retinal necrosis characterized by hypoautofluorescence 3 months following presentation. (G-I) Five months after presentation and after photocoagulation treatment color photos and fundus autofluorescence images demonstrate arrest of the disease margin in high contrast. The lesion margins were stable (unchanged) at 10 months.

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