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Figure 1: Serial fundus pictures showing giant retinal pigment epithelial tear OS at presentation and at 5 days, 2 weeks, and 3 months after intravitreal gas injection. (a) Fundus picture showing giant RPE tear with subretinal hemorrhage (black arrows) OS. The edge of retinal pigment epithelial tear >6 DD in size is seen as sharply demarcated border between rolled retinal pigment epithelial and bare area temporal to hemorrhage (White arrow). Serial fundus pictures showing no change in the position of retinal pigment epithelial tear at 5 days (b), 2 weeks (c), and 3 months (d) follow-up

Figure 1: Serial fundus pictures showing giant retinal pigment epithelial tear OS at presentation and at 5 days, 2 weeks, and 3 months after intravitreal gas injection. (a) Fundus picture showing giant RPE tear with subretinal hemorrhage (black arrows) OS. The edge of retinal pigment epithelial tear >6 DD in size is seen as sharply demarcated border between rolled retinal pigment epithelial and bare area temporal to hemorrhage (White arrow). Serial fundus pictures showing no change in the position of retinal pigment epithelial tear at 5 days (b), 2 weeks (c), and 3 months (d) follow-up