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Figure 4: (a) optical coherence tomography b scan of the left eye of patient with Behcet's disease showing epimacular gliosis. (b) Color photography showing an arrow representing the direction of image scanning. (c) 3 mm × 3 mm optical coherence tomography angiography scan of superficial capillary plexus showing hypointense areas of capillary hypoperfusion/no perfusion (yellow stars). (d) 3 mm × 3 mm optical coherence tomography angiography scan of the deep capillary plexus showing more extensive ischemic changes (yellow stars) and areas of rarefaction of capillaries (yellow dashed circle). (e) Vessel density map of the same patient

Figure 4: (a) optical coherence tomography b scan of the left eye of patient with Behcet's disease showing epimacular gliosis. (b) Color photography showing an arrow representing the direction of image scanning. (c) 3 mm × 3 mm optical coherence tomography angiography scan of superficial capillary plexus showing hypointense areas of capillary hypoperfusion/no perfusion (yellow stars). (d) 3 mm × 3 mm optical coherence tomography angiography scan of the deep capillary plexus showing more extensive ischemic changes (yellow stars) and areas of rarefaction of capillaries (yellow dashed circle). (e) Vessel density map of the same patient