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Figure 1: (a) Right eye fundus: inferior temporal branch occlusion associated with retinal ischemic whitening and multiple Gass plaques (black arrows). (b) Left eye fundus: Gass plaques with no signs of ischemia (black arrows). (c) Right eye multicolor image. (d) Right eye autofluorescence: inferior temporal hypoautofluorescence. (e) Right eye infrared reflectance image. (f-h) Right eye fluorescein angiography: hypofluorescence of the ischemic area and patched arterial wall hyperfluorescence. (i) Right eye optical coherence tomography: hyperreflective inner retinal layers in structural optical coherence tomography and decreased vascular perfusion in optical coherence tomography-A

Figure 1: (a) Right eye fundus: inferior temporal branch occlusion associated with retinal ischemic whitening and multiple Gass plaques (black arrows). (b) Left eye fundus: Gass plaques with no signs of ischemia (black arrows). (c) Right eye multicolor image. (d) Right eye autofluorescence: inferior temporal hypoautofluorescence. (e) Right eye infrared reflectance image. (f-h) Right eye fluorescein angiography: hypofluorescence of the ischemic area and patched arterial wall hyperfluorescence. (i) Right eye optical coherence tomography: hyperreflective inner retinal layers in structural optical coherence tomography and decreased vascular perfusion in optical coherence tomography-A