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Figure 13. Diabetic retinopathy in a 45-year-old female. (A) In her right eye, posterior vitreous detachment has occurred in the macular area. Small cystoid macular edema (CME) is evident at the fovea. (B) In her left eye, crescent subhyaloid hemorrhage exists around the inferior vascular arcade. Swept source optical coherence tomography shows perifoveal posterior vitreous detachment with large CME and subhyaloid hemorrhage (yellow arrow). CME = cystoid macular edema; PVD = posterior vitreous detachment. Values 0.5 and 0.3 denotes decimal visual acuity.

Figure 13. Diabetic retinopathy in a 45-year-old female. (A) In her right eye, posterior vitreous detachment has occurred in the macular area. Small cystoid macular edema (CME) is evident at the fovea. (B) In her left eye, crescent subhyaloid hemorrhage exists around the inferior vascular arcade. Swept source optical coherence tomography shows perifoveal posterior vitreous detachment with large CME and subhyaloid hemorrhage (yellow arrow). CME = cystoid macular edema; PVD = posterior vitreous detachment. Values 0.5 and 0.3 denotes decimal visual acuity.