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Figure 3: (A) Left eye color fundus photography; (B) before treatment, black arrow shows active serous fluid escaping from peripheral retinal artery and white arrow shows BRAOs. (C) After treatment, white arrow shows BRAOs have resolved and black arrow shows (hyperfluorescence) active illness has improved. (D) Right eye color fundus photography; arrows show cotton wool spots. (E) White arrow shows BRAOs and black arrow shows ischemic areas. (F) After treatment, ischemic areas are resolved, and black arrow indicates Gass plaque with hyperfluorescence

Figure 3: (A) Left eye color fundus photography; (B) before treatment, black arrow shows active serous fluid escaping from peripheral retinal artery and white arrow shows BRAOs. (C) After treatment, white arrow shows BRAOs have resolved and black arrow shows (hyperfluorescence) active illness has improved. (D) Right eye color fundus photography; arrows show cotton wool spots. (E) White arrow shows BRAOs and black arrow shows ischemic areas. (F) After treatment, ischemic areas are resolved, and black arrow indicates Gass plaque with hyperfluorescence