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Figure 2: (a) B-scan ultrasound of the right eye showing an inferior serous retinal detachment (white arrow) and choroidal thickening. (b) Left eye B-scan ultrasound shows choroidal thickening. (c) Time-domain OCT of the right eye shows subretinal fluid centrally and nasally, and intraretinal fluid with a central macular thickness of 407mm. The findings are compatible with serous retinal detachment and macular edema. (d) OCT of the left eye shows subretinal fluid centrally and nasally, as well as intraretinal fluid with a central macular thickness of 405 mm. The findings are compatible with serous retinal detachment (red arrow) and macular edema. OCT: Ocular coherence tomography

Figure 2: (a) B-scan ultrasound of the right eye showing an inferior serous retinal detachment (white arrow) and choroidal thickening. (b) Left eye B-scan ultrasound shows choroidal thickening. (c) Time-domain OCT of the right eye shows subretinal fluid centrally and nasally, and intraretinal fluid with a central macular thickness of 407mm. The findings are compatible with serous retinal detachment and macular edema. (d) OCT of the left eye shows subretinal fluid centrally and nasally, as well as intraretinal fluid with a central macular thickness of 405 mm. The findings are compatible with serous retinal detachment (red arrow) and macular edema. OCT: Ocular coherence tomography