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Fig. 3

From: Blue light versus green light fundus autofluorescence in normal subjects and in patients with retinochoroidopathy secondary to retinal and uveitic diseases

Fig. 3

Blue light vs green light autofluorescence signals at the fovea. Blue light autofluorescence (BAF) (a) and green light autofluorescence (GAF) (b) images at the foveal center demonstrating the differences in the foveal autofluorescence (AF) signal. The AF signal due to BAF (a) appears much darker compared to the GAF (b) as the blue light is more strongly absorbed by the macular pigments compared to the green light

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