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Figure 8: Near-infrared fundus images and spectral-domain optical coherence tomography scans of neovascularization elsewhere before (a) and after panretinal photocoagulation (b) showing vitreous detachment (arrow), regression in the neovascularization elsewhere size after panretinal photocoagulation (star) and movement of hyperreflective tissue from the inner retinal surface (blue circle in a) toward the cortical vitreous with a back shadow on the underlying retinal layer (blue circle in b). Note the panretinal photocoagulation mark (black circle) and partial resolution of vitreous hemorrhages present before treatment (yellow circles)

Figure 8: Near-infrared fundus images and spectral-domain optical coherence tomography scans of neovascularization elsewhere before (a) and after panretinal photocoagulation (b) showing vitreous detachment (arrow), regression in the neovascularization elsewhere size after panretinal photocoagulation (star) and movement of hyperreflective tissue from the inner retinal surface (blue circle in a) toward the cortical vitreous with a back shadow on the underlying retinal layer (blue circle in b). Note the panretinal photocoagulation mark (black circle) and partial resolution of vitreous hemorrhages present before treatment (yellow circles)