• Courtesy of Richard B. Rosen, MD, and Patricia MT Garcia, MD.
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    SD-OCT and near-infrared reflectance imaging. A, SD-OCT scan showing normal foveal depression and retinal thickness with normal near-infrared scanning laser ophthalmoscope (SLO) fundus image. B, SD-OCT scan from a patient with macular telangiectasia and vitreous traction. Note the posterior hyaloid pulling on the retina and distorting the foveal contour. The telangiectasia complex appears as a highly reflective lesion in the deeper retina and can also be seen as a bright-appearing lesion in the accompanying SLO fundus image.