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Figure 1: Leukemic choroidopathy in a twenty-three years-old male. Fundus image of right (a) and left (b) eyes depicting shallow serous retinal detachment and slight yellow discoloration to the underlying choroid. Fluorescein angiography shows slight subretinal fluid staining (c and d) and pointpoint leakage (d) enhanced depth imaging optical coherence tomography reveals shallow retinal detachment (e and f) and homogenous infiltration of the choroid with flat surface topography and loss of vascular detail

Figure 1: Leukemic choroidopathy in a twenty-three years-old male. Fundus image of right (a) and left (b) eyes depicting shallow serous retinal detachment and slight yellow discoloration to the underlying choroid. Fluorescein angiography shows slight subretinal fluid staining (c and d) and pointpoint leakage (d) enhanced depth imaging optical coherence tomography reveals shallow retinal detachment (e and f) and homogenous infiltration of the choroid with flat surface topography and loss of vascular detail