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Volume 12, Number 2—February 2006

Research

Ophthalmic Complications of Dengue

David P.L. Chan*†Comments to Author , Stephen C.B. Teoh*†‡, Colin S.H. Tan*†, Gerard K.M. Nah†‡, Rajesh Rajagopalan*, Manjunath K. Prabhakaragupta‡, Caroline K.L. Chee†‡, Tock H. Lim*†, Kong Y. Goh*†, and on behalf of The Eye Institute Dengue-Related Ophthalmic Complications Workgroup
Author affiliations: *The Eye Institute at Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Republic of Singapore; †Singapore National Eye Research Institute, Singapore; ‡The Eye Institute at National University Hospital, National University Hospital, Singapore

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Figure 3

Fundal photos, fundal fluorescein angiography and optical coherence tomography (OCT) of patient 9. A) areas of blot hemorrhages temporal to the right fovea. B) bilateral dye leakage from the retinal veins, more severe on the right than left. C) OCT gives a 2-dimensional graphic representation of a cross-section of the macular region. The area marked with the red arrow marks the site of exudative retinal detachment. Both sides have marked retinal thickening (edema). Photo: Ken Thian.

Figure 3. Fundal photos, fundal fluorescein angiography and optical coherence tomography (OCT) of patient 9. A) areas of blot hemorrhages temporal to the right fovea. B) bilateral dye leakage from the retinal veins, more severe on the right than left. C) OCT gives a 2-dimensional graphic representation of a cross-section of the macular region. The area marked with the red arrow marks the site of exudative retinal detachment. Both sides have marked retinal thickening (edema). Photo: Ken Thian.

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