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Figure 1: (a) Fluorescein angiography in early arteriovenous phase. The superficial capillary plexus is mainly visible in the perifoveal area. The perifoveal arcade is not completely appreciable. The deep capillary plexus, despite the focusing process, remains unappreciable because of retinal light scattering. (b) A fine capillary network, which corresponds to the superficial capillary plexus, is visible. The perifoveal arcade can be visualized well at 360°. (c) The clearly distinguishable dense interwoven capillary network surrounding the perifoveal area corresponds to the deep capillary plexus in a normal eye

Figure 1: (a) Fluorescein angiography in early arteriovenous phase. The superficial capillary plexus is mainly visible in the perifoveal area. The perifoveal arcade is not completely appreciable. The deep capillary plexus, despite the focusing process, remains unappreciable because of retinal light scattering. (b) A fine capillary network, which corresponds to the superficial capillary plexus, is visible. The perifoveal arcade can be visualized well at 360°. (c) The clearly distinguishable dense interwoven capillary network surrounding the perifoveal area corresponds to the deep capillary plexus in a normal eye