Figure 3: Fundus photograph, OCT, and autofluorescence images for Patient 3 (a 56-year-old man). Color fundus photography at the first visit showed a lower temporal vein occlusion in the left eye (A). The dashed line indicates the OCT scanning line. The OCT image (B) showed widespread deposits on the outer surface of the retina (black arrows). An intraretinal deposit was observed in the outer plexiform layer of the retina (white arrow). Fundus autofluorescence (C) at the first visit showed diffuse hyperautofluorescence in the area of serous retinal detachment. The eye was treated with an intravitreal bevacizumab injection. After the serous retinal detachment was resolved, fundus autofluorescence (D) showed hyperautofluorescence in the nasal area of the fovea (arrowhead). The best-corrected visual acuity in the patient’s left eye was 0.7 at the final visit.