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Figure 5: Fundus photograph, fundus autofluorescence, and OCT images for Patient 6 (a 52-year-old woman). The fundus photograph (A) showed a dense retinal hemorrhage and a subretinal hemorrhage. Fundus autofluorescence (B) showed petaloid hyperautofluorescence at the fovea. Extensive exudates were noted 4 months after the first visit (C). Hyperautofluorescence corresponding to the exudates was not observed (D). The color of the exudates in the foveo-papillary area turned yellowish 7 months after the first visit (E). The dashed line indicates the OCT scanning line. Fundus autofluorescence (F) showed hyperautofluorescence in the area corresponding to the yellowish exudates in the foveo-papillary area (white arrows). The exudates in the temporal area (black arrows) showed hypoautofluorescence. OCT (G) at the same visit showed deposits on the retinal pigment epithelium (white arrows) in the foveo-papillary area and intraretinal deposits (white arrows) in the temporal area. The IS/OS disappeared (arrowheads). Fluorescein angiography (H) did not reveal abnormalities in the area corresponding to the area of hyperautofluorescence (white arrowheads).