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By Aniruddha K Agarwal, MD
Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi
Co-author(s): Julio J GONZALEZ-LOPEZ, MD, PhD, FEBO
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- Last modified by Joshua Friedman on Sep 14, 2022.
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- IRVAN Syndrome, neuroretinitis, retinal vasculitis, uveitis, IUSG
- Julio J GONZALEZ-LOPEZ, MD, PhD, FEBO and Teresa GONZALEZ-LOMAS, RN
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- Ultra-wide field fundus fluorescein angiography (FFA) of the left eye from an asymptomatic, healthy 33-year-old woman who was referred to the retina clinic from a refractive surgery unit due to the presence of vascular anomalies and hard exudates in both eyes. FFA revealed the characteristic sacular aneurysms at the bifurcation of retinal arterioles in the posterior pole, together with microvascular anomalies and capillary closure peripherally.