Case Reports in Ophthalmological Medicine / 2014 / Article / Fig 1

Case Report

Prepapillary Vascular Loops Complicated by Suspected Macroaneurysm Rupture

Figure 1

Fundus photograph and spectral-domain optical coherence tomographic (SD-OCT) images of the left eye at the initial visit. (a) Fundus photograph showing an elevated, round, and reddish lesion at the superior aspect of the optic disc (white arrow). Retinal opacification is evident along the course of the superior branch retinal artery (black arrow). Blue arrow indicates the direction of the SD-OCT scan of (d). A mild vitreous opacity is visible. Nerve fiber layer hemorrhages are present superonasal to fovea. (b) Retinal thickness map of SD-OCT shows the retinal thickening extends from the parapaillary region to the macula. (c) SD-OCT scan through the fovea shows serous retinal detachment involving fovea. (d) SD-OCT scan through the red lesion shows marked elevation of the retinal surface.

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