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Figure 3: Pre (a, top) and post-treatment (b, bottom) fundus photograph of the right and left eye of the patient demonstrating amelioration of the marked bilateral disc edema (white arrow) after treatment. The bilateral disc edema could have been a direct sequelae of severe systemic hypertension or, alternately, the sequelae of high intracranial tension and papilledema because of the intracranial bleed demonstrated in Figure 1a

Figure 3: Pre (a, top) and post-treatment (b, bottom) fundus photograph of the right and left eye of the patient demonstrating amelioration of the marked bilateral disc edema (white arrow) after treatment. The bilateral disc edema could have been a direct sequelae of severe systemic hypertension or, alternately, the sequelae of high intracranial tension and papilledema because of the intracranial bleed demonstrated in Figure 1a