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Fig. 3. (A) Vitreous hemorrhage: Inferior fundus invisible (yellow arrow) with Optomap 200T× (Optos, Dun-fermline, UK). (B) Pre-retinal or sub-hyaloid hemorrhage (yellow arrow): A, Conventional fundus photography with VX-10 alpha (Kowa, Hamamatsu, Japan); B, OCT image with Spectralis OCT (Heidelberg Engineering, Heidelberg, Germany). (C) Roth’s spot (yellow arrow1, White box), Superficial retinal hemorr-hage (yellow arrow2): A, Conventional fundus photography with VX-10 alpha; B, Conventional fluorescein angiopho-tography with VX-10 alpha. (D) Deep retinal hemorrhage (yellow arrow, white box): A, Conventional fundus photo-graphy with VX-10 alpha; B, Conventional fluorescein angiophotography with VX-10 alpha. (E) Sub-retinal hemorrhage (yellow arrow): A, Multi color fundus photography with Spectralis HRA (Hei-delberg Engineering, Heidelberg, Ger-many); B, OCT image with Spectralis OCT; C, Fluorescein angiography with Spectralis HRA. Abbreviation: OCT, Optical coherence tomography. (F) Sub-RPE hemorrhage (yellow arrow): A, Conventional fundus photo with Spectralis HRA; B, OCT image with Spectralis OCT hyperreflective white dots is sub-retinal hemorrhage; C, Indocyanine green angiography with Spectralis HRA; D, 3D image with Spectralis OCT.
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