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Figure 3. Case 3 – (a and b) fundus photograph of the right and left eyes, respectively. The long ciliary nerve is extended more posteriorly; (c and d) fluorescein angiography of both eyes shows no patent retinal vessels but active fluorescence at the choroid level. The optic nerve area and macular areas have hypofluorescence making the differentiation between these two areas difficult; (e and f) MRI on both sides shows normal appearance of the optic nerve inside the orbits. MRI, magnetic resonance imaging

Figure 3. Case 3 – (a and b) fundus photograph of the right and left eyes, respectively. The long ciliary nerve is extended more posteriorly; (c and d) fluorescein angiography of both eyes shows no patent retinal vessels but active fluorescence at the choroid level. The optic nerve area and macular areas have hypofluorescence making the differentiation between these two areas difficult; (e and f) MRI on both sides shows normal appearance of the optic nerve inside the orbits. MRI, magnetic resonance imaging