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Figure 2: Postoperative images 3 months after complicated embolectomy of the left eye. A chorioretinal scar is seen at the obstruction site (a). Fluorescein angiography shows a reestablished arterial flow of the formally obstructed arterial branch that seems to come not from the cilioretinal artery but directly from the choroidal circulation (white arrow) (b). Temporal scotoma improved in the postoperative visual field testing (c)

Figure 2: Postoperative images 3 months after complicated embolectomy of the left eye. A chorioretinal scar is seen at the obstruction site (a). Fluorescein angiography shows a reestablished arterial flow of the formally obstructed arterial branch that seems to come not from the cilioretinal artery but directly from the choroidal circulation (white arrow) (b). Temporal scotoma improved in the postoperative visual field testing (c)