• Courtesy of Richard F. Spaide, MD.
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    Wide-angle fluorescein angiogram image of an eye with retinal vasculitis shows numerous occlusions that do not occur at a vascular crossing (arrowheads) and are associated with a large area of nonperfusion (asterisk). Adjacent to that area of nonperfusion is retinal neovascularization (arrow) showing profuse leakage. The white outline delineates the area imaged with a 45° fundus camera. There is leakage from peripheral vessels (yellow arrow) and from some vessels bordering regions of absent perfusion.