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From: Detection of branch retinal artery occlusions in Susac’s syndrome

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SS findings on MRI brain (A, B), fundus photographs (C) and fundus angiography (D). A. T1-weighted MRI brain showing punched out lesions in the corpus callosum (arrowed) typical of Susac’s syndrome. B. Axial T2- weighted MRI brain showing typical “snow ball” appearance of inflammation in the posterior corpus callosum (arrow) C. Colour fundus photograph showing branch retinal artery occlusion (arrowed) in the peripheral fundus (OS). D. Fundus fluorescein angiographic image showing the same lesion (broken arrow) and additional occlusions not previously recognised on clinical examination alone (unbroken arrows).

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