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From: Eales’ disease: diagnosis and management

Figure 1

A typical fundus picture in Eales’ disease. The colour fundus (top left) of right eye shows obliterated vessels as white lines (arrows), surrounded by retinal haemorrhages; the corresponding angiogram (top right) shows areas of capillary nonperfusion (arrow head) distal to the obliterated vessels. The colour fundus photograph of the left eye (bottom left) shows several areas of obliterated vessels, and suspected new vessels; the corresponding fluorescein angiograph (bottom right) confirms the retinal new vessels, and an extensive area of capillary non perfusion.

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