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Figure 1: (a) At presentation. Epiretinal membrane (ERM) is fully attached at and nasal to the fovea, (b) 4 months later. ERM scrolled-up (white star) and separated temporal to the fovea. ERM is still attached at the fovea, (c) 6 months later. ERM scrolled-up edge (white star) continues to separate. It now appears detached from the fovea. ERM created a pseudohole and pulled up the retina temporal to the fovea, (d) 12 months later. ERM has fully separated from the fovea and is now separating nasal to the fovea (white star). Perifoveal cystoid change is present (white arrows)

Figure 1: (a) At presentation. Epiretinal membrane (ERM) is fully attached at and nasal to the fovea, (b) 4 months later. ERM scrolled-up (white star) and separated temporal to the fovea. ERM is still attached at the fovea, (c) 6 months later. ERM scrolled-up edge (white star) continues to separate. It now appears detached from the fovea. ERM created a pseudohole and pulled up the retina temporal to the fovea, (d) 12 months later. ERM has fully separated from the fovea and is now separating nasal to the fovea (white star). Perifoveal cystoid change is present (white arrows)