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Figure 2: Spectralis spectral domain optical coherence imaging and funduscopy 16 months following central retinal artery occlusion. (a) Note the absence of foveal depression and stratification of inner retinal layers in the right eye. The inner retina is collapsed into a single thick hyperreflective band. The central subfield thickness measures 204 µm. (b) Left eye discloses similar features to those shown in figure 1b, and the central subfield thickness is 284 µm. (c) Retinal nerve fiber layer (RNFL) analysis of both eyes. Note the marked decrease in RFNL thickness of both eyes. (d) Right eye fundus photograph shows narrowed arterioles, scarring secondary to panretinal and macular photocoagulation, optociliary shunt vessels, and absence of optic nerve head cupping. (e) Left eye fundus photograph shows nearly complete optic nerve head cupping with relative preservation of the retinal vascular caliber

Figure 2: Spectralis spectral domain optical coherence imaging and funduscopy 16 months following central retinal artery occlusion. (a) Note the absence of foveal depression and stratification of inner retinal layers in the right eye. The inner retina is collapsed into a single thick hyperreflective band. The central subfield thickness measures 204 µm. (b) Left eye discloses similar features to those shown in figure 1b, and the central subfield thickness is 284 µm. (c) Retinal nerve fiber layer (RNFL) analysis of both eyes. Note the marked decrease in RFNL thickness of both eyes. (d) Right eye fundus photograph shows narrowed arterioles, scarring secondary to panretinal and macular photocoagulation, optociliary shunt vessels, and absence of optic nerve head cupping. (e) Left eye fundus photograph shows nearly complete optic nerve head cupping with relative preservation of the retinal vascular caliber