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Figure 6: The different configurations of dome-shaped macula. (a and b) Horizontal dome-shaped macula as seen only in vertical optical coherence tomography imaging. Note the ellipsoid zone disruption at the fovea and epiretinal membrane. (a) Horizontal optical coherence tomography fails to reveal the dome-shaped macula. (b) A vertical optical coherence tomography section across the fovea shows an inward protrusion of the macula due to dome-shaped macula. (c and d) Vertical dome-shaped macula revealed only in horizontal optical coherence tomography imaging. Vertical optical coherence tomography fails to show the dome-shaped macula. Both images show subretinal fluid indicative of dome-shaped maculopathy (c) Round dome as seen in both vertical and horizontal optical coherence tomography imaging

Figure 6: The different configurations of dome-shaped macula. (a and b) Horizontal dome-shaped macula as seen only in vertical optical coherence tomography imaging. Note the ellipsoid zone disruption at the fovea and epiretinal membrane. (a) Horizontal optical coherence tomography fails to reveal the dome-shaped macula. (b) A vertical optical coherence tomography section across the fovea shows an inward protrusion of the macula due to dome-shaped macula. (c and d) Vertical dome-shaped macula revealed only in horizontal optical coherence tomography imaging. Vertical optical coherence tomography fails to show the dome-shaped macula. Both images show subretinal fluid indicative of dome-shaped maculopathy (c) Round dome as seen in both vertical and horizontal optical coherence tomography imaging