29 April 2022>: Articles
Unusual clinical course, Challenging differential diagnosisAbdullah I. Almater A* , Ghada S. Alhadlaq A , Arwa Z. Alromaih A
Am J Case Rep 2022; 23:e936266
Figure 1. Color fundus photo of the right eye (A) and left eye (B) showing multiple intraretinal hemorrhages (black arrows) with few white-centered hemorrhages (Roth’s spots) (white arrows) involving the macula and posterior pole. Subhyaloid hemorrhage over the fovea in the left eye (yellow asterisk) (B). Fundus fluorescein angiography (FFA) of the right eye (C) and left eye (D) demonstrating hypofluorescent areas due to a blockage effect from intraretinal (yellow arrows) and subhyaloid hemorrhages (yellow asterisk).