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Figure 7: Color fundus photograph of atypical acute central serous chorioretinopathy with subretinal fluid, subretinal fibrin, and internal limiting membrane folds (a). Optical coherence tomography showing hyporeflective subretinal fluid (white arrow), hyperreflective subretinal fibrin clump (black arrow), and wrinkling of internal limiting membrane (black arrowhead) (b). Fundus fluorescein angiography images showing multiple point leaks with ink-blot pattern (black arrows), smokestack pattern (white arrow), and atypical leakage pattern (black arrowhead), pooling of dye in subretinal fluid causing gradual increase in diffuse circular hyperfluorescence (white arrowhead), and a small pigment epithelial detachment with progressive increase in intensity of fluorescence (asterisk) (c-e)

Figure 7: Color fundus photograph of atypical acute central serous chorioretinopathy with subretinal fluid, subretinal fibrin, and internal limiting membrane folds (a). Optical coherence tomography showing hyporeflective subretinal fluid (white arrow), hyperreflective subretinal fibrin clump (black arrow), and wrinkling of internal limiting membrane (black arrowhead) (b). Fundus fluorescein angiography images showing multiple point leaks with ink-blot pattern (black arrows), smokestack pattern (white arrow), and atypical leakage pattern (black arrowhead), pooling of dye in subretinal fluid causing gradual increase in diffuse circular hyperfluorescence (white arrowhead), and a small pigment epithelial detachment with progressive increase in intensity of fluorescence (asterisk) (c-e)