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Figure 2: Ultrasonography (US) and optical coherence tomography (OCT) findings in dome-shaped macula simulating choroidal hemangioma. (a and b) B-scan US showed long axial lengths in both right (a) and left (b) eyes. There was a dome-shaped elevation of the posterior pole in the left eye (b). There was no subretinal fluid in either eye on US. (c and d) Enhanced depth spectral domain OCT demonstrated choroidal thinning and scleral thickening in macula, causing a smooth dome-shaped elevation that was less prominent in right (c) than left (d) eye. (d) Subfoveal fluid was also noted in left eye

Figure 2: Ultrasonography (US) and optical coherence tomography (OCT) findings in dome-shaped macula simulating choroidal hemangioma. (a and b) B-scan US showed long axial lengths in both right (a) and left (b) eyes. There was a dome-shaped elevation of the posterior pole in the left eye (b). There was no subretinal fluid in either eye on US. (c and d) Enhanced depth spectral domain OCT demonstrated choroidal thinning and scleral thickening in macula, causing a smooth dome-shaped elevation that was less prominent in right (c) than left (d) eye. (d) Subfoveal fluid was also noted in left eye