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Figure 1: A 52-year-old male with high myopia referred for circumscribed choroidal hemangioma but found to have dome-shaped macula. (a-b). Fundus photos of right (a) and left (b) eyes show tessellated fundus. In addition, mild retinal pigment epithelial (RPE) atrophy of the macula was seen in the left eye (b) without a distinct mass clinically. (c-f). Fluorescein angiography was normal in right eye (c) but showed window defect corresponding to RPE atrophy in the left eye (d), while indocyanine green angiography was normal in both eyes (e-f)

Figure 1: A 52-year-old male with high myopia referred for circumscribed choroidal hemangioma but found to have dome-shaped macula. (a-b). Fundus photos of right (a) and left (b) eyes show tessellated fundus. In addition, mild retinal pigment epithelial (RPE) atrophy of the macula was seen in the left eye (b) without a distinct mass clinically. (c-f). Fluorescein angiography was normal in right eye (c) but showed window defect corresponding to RPE atrophy in the left eye (d), while indocyanine green angiography was normal in both eyes (e-f)