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Fig. 4. Representative images of an 18-year-old female patient who was referred for asymptomatic rhegmatogenous retinal detachment (RRD) in her right eye and bilateral multiple retinal holes that were detected during screening examination for refractive surgery. (A) The right eye showed focal retinal detachment at the supero-temporal retina with multiple holes (black arrowheads) and discoloration at the infero-temporal retina (blank arrowheads). (B) A retinal hole at the temporal retina (arrow) and retinal discoloration (blank arrowheads) were detected in the extension of the retinal hole detected in her left eye. (C, D) Ultra-widefield fluorescein angiography (UWFA) showed bilateral peripheral retinal vascular leakages and peripheral capillary leakages, which included the area of RRD and the retinal hole. Yellow arrowheads and arrow; Same areas for black arrowheads and arrow in (B). (E, F) Barrier LASER photocoagulation was performed to prevent progression of RRD in both eyes. White line; OCT section for (G). (G) OCT imaging of the peripheral retina showed adhesion of the vitreous cortex (blank arrows) on the peripheral retinal surface adjacent to the retinal hole.
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