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Macular Anterior Membrane (Asteroid Hylalosis) [71-yr old male]

22 August 2023
Fundus photograph taken with a conventional fundus camera
Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.

Figure A

A fundus photograph taken with a conventional fundus camera. Although the fundus is in focus, detailed observation of the fundus is difficult due to intravitreal reflections.

  • WF 133° magnified image of the macula
    Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.
  • WF 133° magnified image of the macula
    Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.

Figures B & C

WF 133° magnified image of the macula. The broadline fundus imaging with CLARUS allows for observation of the fundus, as intravitreal reflections are considerably reduced. Some vitreous opacity close to the retina visible in the image. The macular area can be observed in detail even when magnified because it is not heavily affected by the aforementioned opacity.


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