Comparative 6-month microperimetry. (a) The clinical aspect depicts a normal central fovea with a juxtafoveal choroidal rupture. (b) Retinal sensitivity measured with a microperimetry device (MAIA) shows a very diminished retinal sensitivity temporal to the fovea and an abnormal response 6 months following the surgery. The red figures and numbers indicate abnormally low retinal sensitivities (dB). (c) Stable foveal fixation pattern of the affected eye. (d) Corresponding foveal plotting with low retinal sensitivity on the temporal side of the fovea. (e–h) Correspond to normal left eye microperimetry.