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Figure 3: Fluorescein angiography of the same eye seen in Figures 1 and 2. The standard 30° photo on the left shows scattered microaneurysms throughout the macula. There is IRMA present along the superior arcade as well as leakage from an area of neovascularization. A peripheral sweep of the fluorescein angiography in the same patient shows patchy areas of hypofluorscence corresponding with extensive areas of peripheral retinal nonperfusion

Figure 3: Fluorescein angiography of the same eye seen in Figures 1 and 2. The standard 30° photo on the left shows scattered microaneurysms throughout the macula. There is IRMA present along the superior arcade as well as leakage from an area of neovascularization. A peripheral sweep of the fluorescein angiography in the same patient shows patchy areas of hypofluorscence corresponding with extensive areas of peripheral retinal nonperfusion