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Figure 2: Multicolor photograph of a patient with closed-globe injury showing two areas of choroidal rupture (white arrows) (a). Corresponding fundus autofluorescence image showing two areas of hypoautofluorescence (red arrows) with well-defined margins (b). Spectral-domain optical coherence tomography shows loss of choriocapillaris and retinal pigment epithelium at site of choroidal rupture (yellow arrow) with separation of outer retinal layers from Bruch's retinal pigment epithelium complex (c-e)

Figure 2: Multicolor photograph of a patient with closed-globe injury showing two areas of choroidal rupture (white arrows) (a). Corresponding fundus autofluorescence image showing two areas of hypoautofluorescence (red arrows) with well-defined margins (b). Spectral-domain optical coherence tomography shows loss of choriocapillaris and retinal pigment epithelium at site of choroidal rupture (yellow arrow) with separation of outer retinal layers from Bruch's retinal pigment epithelium complex (c-e)