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Figure 2: Advanced imaging studies of complications of infectious scleritis, (a) 35-MHz immersion ultrasound biomicroscopy demonstrating shallow anterior chamber, thickened and anteriorly rotated ciliary body (arrow), and elimination of the ciliary sulcus, (b) Thickened episcleral, scleral, and choroidal tissues are evident in the magnified view, (c) 10 MHz B-scan utrasonography showing double retinal and choroidal detachment, longitudinal-12 (L-12) view and (d) longitudinal-macular (L-mac) view. Spectral domain optical coherence tomography showing vitreous clumps (dotted arrows and circles), subretinal fluid, and subretinal precipitates (solid arrow)

Figure 2: Advanced imaging studies of complications of infectious scleritis, (a) 35-MHz immersion ultrasound biomicroscopy demonstrating shallow anterior chamber, thickened and anteriorly rotated ciliary body (arrow), and elimination of the ciliary sulcus, (b) Thickened episcleral, scleral, and choroidal tissues are evident in the magnified view, (c) 10 MHz B-scan utrasonography showing double retinal and choroidal detachment, longitudinal-12 (L-12) view and (d) longitudinal-macular (L-mac) view. Spectral domain optical coherence tomography showing vitreous clumps (dotted arrows and circles), subretinal fluid, and subretinal precipitates (solid arrow)