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Figure 1: A white foveal lesion of around a half-disc diameter in size with overlying generalized vitritis that mimicked the typical “headlight-in-the-fog” appearance of active toxoplasmosis (a). Optical coherence tomography revealed a hyperreflective lesion in the fovea that had breached through the retina into the vitreous (b)

Figure 1: A white foveal lesion of around a half-disc diameter in size with overlying generalized vitritis that mimicked the typical “headlight-in-the-fog” appearance of active toxoplasmosis (a). Optical coherence tomography revealed a hyperreflective lesion in the fovea that had breached through the retina into the vitreous (b)