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Fig. 2. Thirty-three months after the switching to treat-and-extend, subretinal hemorrhage suddenly developed (A-C) with deterioration of best-corrected visual acuity to 0.04. On infrared imaging, no findings suggesting a retinal pigment epithelial tear were noted (B). Optical coherence tomography revealed a subretinal hemorrhage accompanied by intraretinal fluid and retinal pigment epithelial detachment (C). Despite three monthly ranibizumab injections, the amount of hemorrhage did not decrease (D-F). Green lines in (B, E) indicate the OCT scanning lines for (C, F), respectively.
J Retin 2021;6:155-61 https://doi.org/10.21561/jor.2021.6.2.155
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