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  • Tip 111
    #111. 88-year-old with sudden visual loss
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  • Tip 57
    #57. A 47-year-old with butterfly-shaped lesions
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  • Tip 7
    #7. A bright deep band on OCT
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  • Tip 46
    #46. A bright line on the surface of the retina
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  • Tip 27
    #27. A choroidal elevation
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  • Tip 204
    #204. A Deep Elevation
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  • Tip 67
    #67. A Deep Retinal Elevation
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  • Tip 39
    #39. A flat foveal surface
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  • Tip 21
    #21. A hyperreflective lesion in the superficial retina
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  • Tip 5
    #5. A hyperreflective spot in the retina
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  • Tip 54
    #54. A line in the middle of the retina
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  • Tip 50
    #50. A pigment epithelial detachment (PED) with homogenous material
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  • Tip 37
    #37. A pigmented lesion near the optic disc
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  • Tip 73
    #73. A Retinal Elevation
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  • Tip 38
    #38. A series of hyperreflectivity lesions in superficial retina
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  • Tip 35
    #35. A yellow lesion in the deep retina
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  • Tip 28
    #28. Absence of retinal tissue in fovea
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  • Tip 18
    #18. Always look at the choroid in all patients with subretinal fluid (SRF)
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  • Tip 164
    #164. An elevated retina and a dark spot on the nerve
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  • Tip 191
    #191. An elevation of the retina
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  • Tip 90
    #90. Are these drusen?
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  • Tip 94
    #94. At what level is the pigment?
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  • Tip 61
    #61. Atypical Nevus
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  • Tip 131
    #131. Bands in Vitreous
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  • Tip 125
    #125. Blurred Vision
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  • Tip 130
    #130. Blurred vision in 43-year-old
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  • Tip 149
    #149. Blurred vision with pain
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  • Tip 142
    #142. Blurring in a 76-year-old
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  • Tip 221
    #221. Blurring in Young Woman
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  • Tip 66
    #66. Bright Choroid
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  • Tip 40
    #40. Bright donuts in inner retina
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  • Tip 165
    #165. Bright line on retinal surface
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  • Tip 4
    #4. Brightness in the outer plexiform layer (OPL)
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  • Tip 110
    #110. Cause of Cysts
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  • Tip 89
    #89. Cause of deep hemorrhage?
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  • Tip 218
    #218. Cause of Deep Hyperreflectivity?
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  • Tip 100
    #100. Cause of subretinal fluid?
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  • Tip 152
    #152. Central Blurring
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  • Tip 31
    #31. Central cysts in the retina
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  • Tip 72
    #72. Choroidal Elevation
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  • Tip 147
    #147. Choroidal Melanoma
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  • Tip 24
    #24. Choroidal neovascular membrane (CNV) with a thin choroid
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  • Tip 148
    #148. Creamy white lesions
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  • Tip 22
    #22. Cystic pigment epithelial detachment (PED)
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  • Tip 59
    #59. Cystic spaces in 2 layers of the retina
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  • Tip 30
    #30. Dark intraretinal circles on OCT
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  • Tip 76
    #76. Deep Bumps
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  • Tip 185
    #185. Deep bumps on OCT
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  • Tip 11
    #11. Deep circular rims of hyperreflectivity
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  • Tip 182
    #182. Deep elevation
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