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Figure 1: (a) B-scan ultrasound for the left eye shows dense vitreous opacity with associated bilobular retinal elevation and detachment by subretinal opacities (b) Fundus photo of the left eye after performing pars planar vitrectomy to clear the VH shows subretinal blood with laser scars from previous pan-retinal photocoagulation (c) Fundus photograph of the right eye shows disciform changes in the macular area associated with dispersed hard exudates without macular edema and peripheral retinal scars from previous pan-retinal photocoagulation (d) Fundus photograph of the left eye after 2 years of surgery shows the resolution of the subretinal blood from areas with retinal pigment epithelium changes and hyperpigmentation and an area of fibrotic scar at the periphery

Figure 1: (a) B-scan ultrasound for the left eye shows dense vitreous opacity with associated bilobular retinal elevation and detachment by subretinal opacities (b) Fundus photo of the left eye after performing pars planar vitrectomy to clear the VH shows subretinal blood with laser scars from previous pan-retinal photocoagulation (c) Fundus photograph of the right eye shows disciform changes in the macular area associated with dispersed hard exudates without macular edema and peripheral retinal scars from previous pan-retinal photocoagulation (d) Fundus photograph of the left eye after 2 years of surgery shows the resolution of the subretinal blood from areas with retinal pigment epithelium changes and hyperpigmentation and an area of fibrotic scar at the periphery