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From: Eales’ disease: diagnosis and management

Figure 2

Central Eales’ disease: fundus and fluorescein angiography. The colour fundus photograph of left eye shows massive areas of retinal haemorrhages and periphlebitis in the posterior pole (left) and fluorescein angiography of the right eye shows gross staining of vessels and cystoid macular oedema (right). The colour fundus (left) shows obliterated vessels as white lines (arrows), surrounded by retinal haemorrhages; the corresponding angiogram (left) shows areas of capillary nonperfusion (arrow head) distal to the obliterated vessels.

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