Due to poor air quality related to fires in California, the Academy’s San Francisco offices will be closed Friday, Nov. 16. Member support staff will not be available by phone and responses to emails may be delayed.

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    Macular telangiectasia (type 2). a. The fundus autofluorescence imaging shows an area of hyperautofluorescence in the fovea (yellow arrows). There is an area of hypoautofluorescence due to retinal pigĀ¬ment epithelium hyperplasia (blue arrow) and an enlarged draining vein (green arrow). b, c. Early and late phase fluorescein angiography images showing leakage temporal to the fovea. d. Structural optical coherence tomography B-scan with intraretinal atrophic cysts adjacent to the fovea (red arrow).