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Figure 3: Fundus imaging performed at 2 weeks after the intravitreal injection (3 weeks after initial presentation) showed an increase in the size of the retinal hemorrhage compared to previous visit (white arrow) (a). The outer retinal lesion had become more granular and less opacified signifying healing pattern. The swept-source optical coherence tomography (SS-OCT) imaging showed reduction in the amount of subretinal fluid and persistence of the subretinal hyper-reflective material (SHRM) (b). There was a reduction in the size of the choroidal neovascular network on SS-OCTA (white arrowhead) (c). The perilesional halo (yellow asterisk) was still persistent

Figure 3: Fundus imaging performed at 2 weeks after the intravitreal injection (3 weeks after initial presentation) showed an increase in the size of the retinal hemorrhage compared to previous visit (white arrow) (a). The outer retinal lesion had become more granular and less opacified signifying healing pattern. The swept-source optical coherence tomography (SS-OCT) imaging showed reduction in the amount of subretinal fluid and persistence of the subretinal hyper-reflective material (SHRM) (b). There was a reduction in the size of the choroidal neovascular network on SS-OCTA (white arrowhead) (c). The perilesional halo (yellow asterisk) was still persistent