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Figure 2: Pseudocolor fundus picture of the left eye showing extensive myelinated nerve fibres over the posterior pole (a, red arrow) with a small fibrous stalk emanating from the disc (b, white arrows). Corresponding Swept Source optical coherence tomography showed gross retinal thinning at macula (c, red arrow), with posterior staphyloma and hyperreflectivity of inner retinal layers with loss of retinal architecture; and optic disc elevation with an overlying hyperreflective echo suggesting hyaloid remnant (d, blue arrowhead) and shadowing caused by the vascular stalk (e, yellow arrowhead)

Figure 2: Pseudocolor fundus picture of the left eye showing extensive myelinated nerve fibres over the posterior pole (a, red arrow) with a small fibrous stalk emanating from the disc (b, white arrows). Corresponding Swept Source optical coherence tomography showed gross retinal thinning at macula (c, red arrow), with posterior staphyloma and hyperreflectivity of inner retinal layers with loss of retinal architecture; and optic disc elevation with an overlying hyperreflective echo suggesting hyaloid remnant (d, blue arrowhead) and shadowing caused by the vascular stalk (e, yellow arrowhead)