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Figure 2: Horizontal B-scan optical coherence tomography angiography (OCTA) image of the left eye of case 2 at baseline (a) and at at 1-year follow-up (b).
Both OCTA images show significant alterations in the temporal juxtafoveal network with prominent anastomoses. The presence of abnormal vessels corresponds to an area with retinal vascular anastomoses that extends to the outer retina where the elipsoid zone is disrupted, forming a subretinal neovascularization.