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Figure 3: Eye in patient with Stickler syndrome showing foveal hypoplasia. The left eye of a 22-year-old male patient diagnosed with Stickler syndrome with a best-corrected visual acuity of 1.0. (a) Cross-sectional optical coherence tomography image showing persistence of inner retinal layers, and the presence of a widening of the outer nuclear layer and lengthening of the outer segments leading to the “foveal bulge.” (b) Optical coherence tomography -angiographic image showing a lack of foveal avascular zone suggesting foveal hypoplasia

Figure 3: Eye in patient with Stickler syndrome showing foveal hypoplasia. The left eye of a 22-year-old male patient diagnosed with Stickler syndrome with a best-corrected visual acuity of 1.0. (a) Cross-sectional optical coherence tomography image showing persistence of inner retinal layers, and the presence of a widening of the outer nuclear layer and lengthening of the outer segments leading to the “foveal bulge.” (b) Optical coherence tomography -angiographic image showing a lack of foveal avascular zone suggesting foveal hypoplasia