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A case of an immunocompromised 30-year-old woman with bilateral Candida albicans chorioretinitis. (A) In the right eye structural OCT shows a highly reflective lesion involving the full-thickness retina and protruding into the vitreous. The hyperreflective dots in the posterior vitreous are infiltrating inflammatory cell. (B) In the left eye structural OCT shows two juxtapapillary lesions originating at the retinal pigment epithelium/choroid layer and penetrating into the neurosensory retina. Subretinal fluid is present. The hyperreflective dots in the posterior vitreous are infiltrating inflammatory cell.View image
A case of 49 y.o. man, caucasian, with no history of drugs and systemic disease, referred to our emergency room due to a sudden para central scotoma in his left eye. Our multimodal imaging allowed us to diagnose a syphilitic posterior placoid chorioretinitis, confirmed few days later with serological exams (qualitative TPHA +).View image
A case of 24-year-old woman with MEWDS. Structural OCT shows the loss or damage of the outer photoreceptor segments (white arrows). Hypocyanescence of the ICGA is present in the intermediate angiographic phase and most clearly detected in the late phase.View image
Description: 45 Y/O male with proliferative diabetic retinopathy treated with laser. A retinal neovessel (blue arrow), Intraretinal Microvascular Abnormality (IrMA) (yellow arrow) are evident
Imaging device: Ultrawidefield color fundus photograph 163°, Nidek
25 y/o male with visual reduction showing macular schisi with detachment due to optic coloboma.
A. Color fundus photograph
B. Structural OCT showing the retina splitted at both the inner and outer retinal layers with a macular detachment
DEVICE: Fundus photograph (Topcon), Structural OCT (Topcon)
A. Fundus photograph showing vast round placoid yellow zone in the posterior pole;
B. FA reveals hyperfluorescence of the optic disk with a zone of hyperfluorescence in the posterior pole (tissue staining).
C. Structural OCT shows disruption of the ellipsoid zone and hyperreflective, nodular thickening of the RPE. Hyperreflective dots representing inflammatory cells are visible in the vitreous and attached to the posterior hyaloid.
DEVICE: Multimodal imaging: fundus photograph, FA, Structural OCT
Color fundus photograph (A) 45 Y/O female with serpiginoid lesion extending from the juxtapapillary area. Intermediate-phase fluorescein angiogram photographs (B) of the same eyes delineating the typical hyperfluorescent margins of the serpiginoid lesions. Fundus autofluorescence image (C) of the same eye, disclosing predominantly hyperautofluorescent lesion with stippled hypoautofluorescence delimited by a thin rim of hypoautofluorescence. DEVICE: Multimodal imaging: (A) Color fundus photograph (Zeiss), (B) FA (Heidelberg), (C) Fundus autofluorescence (Heidelberg).View image