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Figure 2: (a) Optical coherence tomography (OCT) macula revealing retinal pigment epithelium (RPE)–Bruch's membrane–choroid complex disruption at the subfoveal region (red asterisk), with hyperreflective ERM (yellow arrow), performed when the patient presented to us 1-week after the trauma. The integrity of the IS/OS junction and neurosensory retinal layers are lost, with the subretinal fluid (green asterisk) at the foveal region, suggesting a poor visual prognosis. (b) OCT macula at 2-week, (c) 1-month, and (d) 3-month follow-up, showing the resolution of the subretinal fluid (green asterisk), enlargement of ERM (yellow arrow), and the concomitant development of subfoveal choroidal scarring (red asterisk)

Figure 2: (a) Optical coherence tomography (OCT) macula revealing retinal pigment epithelium (RPE)–Bruch's membrane–choroid complex disruption at the subfoveal region (red asterisk), with hyperreflective ERM (yellow arrow), performed when the patient presented to us 1-week after the trauma. The integrity of the IS/OS junction and neurosensory retinal layers are lost, with the subretinal fluid (green asterisk) at the foveal region, suggesting a poor visual prognosis. (b) OCT macula at 2-week, (c) 1-month, and (d) 3-month follow-up, showing the resolution of the subretinal fluid (green asterisk), enlargement of ERM (yellow arrow), and the concomitant development of subfoveal choroidal scarring (red asterisk)