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Colour fundus photograph of the right eye shows pallor superior to the fovea extending temporally from the optic disc.

Case 35

A 67-year-old male was referred with a 1 day history of painless inferior scotoma in his right vision.

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Colour fundus photography of the left eye shows four quadrant intraretinal haemorrhages and engorgement of the retinal veins. There is a patch of white retina adjacent to the optic nerve.

Case 3

A 37-year-old lady was referred with acute painless left vision loss

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