Scanning laser ultra–wide-field autofluorescence (Figure, A) and fluorescein angiography (Figure, B) can circumvent internal reflections of an implantable miniature telescope that hinder conventional photography and allow imaging of the geographic atrophy’s hypoautofluorescence and staining of the disciform scar.
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