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Figure 2: Color fundus photographs of the RE and LE, respectively, showing the asymmetric choroidal hypopigmentation seen more extensively in the right eye involving the macula. The LE shows sectoral choroidal hypopigmentation in the superonasal quadrant (a and b); fundus autofluorescence of BE showing normal foveal hypoautofluorescence (c and d); spectral-domain optical coherence tomography of BE showing a normal foveal contour. An increased patchy choroidal hypertransmission was seen between the fovea and nasal macula in BE. Note the choroidal thinning in the area of hypopigmentation in the RE (arrowheads). An increased patchy choroidal hypertransmission was seen between the fovea and nasal macula in BE. (e and f)

Figure 2: Color fundus photographs of the RE and LE, respectively, showing the asymmetric choroidal hypopigmentation seen more extensively in the right eye involving the macula. The LE shows sectoral choroidal hypopigmentation in the superonasal quadrant (a and b); fundus autofluorescence of BE showing normal foveal hypoautofluorescence (c and d); spectral-domain optical coherence tomography of BE showing a normal foveal contour. An increased patchy choroidal hypertransmission was seen between the fovea and nasal macula in BE. Note the choroidal thinning in the area of hypopigmentation in the RE (arrowheads). An increased patchy choroidal hypertransmission was seen between the fovea and nasal macula in BE. (e and f)