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Figure 1. (A) Chest radiograph showing bilateral, diffuse small lung nodules suggesting miliary tuberculosis. (B) Fundus photograph of left eye showing yellowish white, active choroidal lesion (thick arrow) with hazy margins along inferior arcade and elevated foveolar lesion (thin arrow) suggestive of neurosensory detachment of retina (secondary to active choroidal lesion). (C) Fundus montage of left eye showing whitish, healed choroidal lesion (arrow) with discrete margins 6 months post treatment. (D) Chest radiograph showing complete resolution of miliary shadow.

Figure 1. <b>(A)</b> Chest radiograph showing bilateral, diffuse small lung nodules suggesting miliary tuberculosis. <b>(B)</b> Fundus photograph of left eye showing yellowish white, active choroidal lesion (thick arrow) with hazy margins along inferior arcade and elevated foveolar lesion (thin arrow) suggestive of neurosensory detachment of retina (secondary to active choroidal lesion). <b>(C)</b> Fundus montage of left eye showing whitish, healed choroidal lesion (arrow) with discrete margins 6 months post treatment. <b>(D)</b> Chest radiograph showing complete resolution of miliary shadow.