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  • Courtesy of Franco M. Recchia, MD.
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    Retinal findings in OIS. An 80-year-old man with a history of coronary artery disease and diabetes mellitus presented with 2 weeks of aching pain and photosensitivity in his left eye. A, Fundus photograph shows dilated retinal veins without tortuosity and scattered blot (round, deep) retinal hemorrhages in the equatorial area. Retinal scars from previous focal macular laser treatment for diabetic macular edema are also present. B, Fluorescein angiography revealed delayed arterial perfusion (not shown), hypofluorescence consistent with diffuse capillary nonperfusion, and focal hyperfluorescence and leakage consistent with retinal neovascularization.