Photographs of the right eye taken one month (A, B) and two months (C, D) after closure of the CCF. (A) External photograph showing corkscrew blood vessels. (B) Fundus photograph showing intraretinal hemorrhages, tortuous retinal vessels and choroidal detachments. (C) External photograph showing corkscrew blood vessels and iris pigment on the anterior capsule. (D) Fundus photograph showing worsening choroidal detachments.
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