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Figure 1: Color fundus photograph of acute central serous chorioretinopathy showing serous macular detachment at posterior pole (arrowhead) (a), and optical coherence tomography showing bullous elevation of neurosensory retina with hyporeflective space between neurosensory retina and retinal pigment epithelium due to the presence of serous fluid (b). Color fundus photograph of atypical acute central serous chorioretinopathy showing yellowish subretinal fibrin deposition (arrowhead) (c), and optical coherence tomography showing hyperreflective deposits in subretinal space (arrowhead) due to fibrin (d). Presence of hyporeflective space within fibrin clump (arrow) is caused by active egress of fluid

Figure 1: Color fundus photograph of acute central serous chorioretinopathy showing serous macular detachment at posterior pole (arrowhead) (a), and optical coherence tomography showing bullous elevation of neurosensory retina with hyporeflective space between neurosensory retina and retinal pigment epithelium due to the presence of serous fluid (b). Color fundus photograph of atypical acute central serous chorioretinopathy showing yellowish subretinal fibrin deposition (arrowhead) (c), and optical coherence tomography showing hyperreflective deposits in subretinal space (arrowhead) due to fibrin (d). Presence of hyporeflective space within fibrin clump (arrow) is caused by active egress of fluid