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Early macular hole with vitreomacular traction

(A) Vitreomacular traction is one mechanism by which macular holes can form. This hole is small and not well visualized in this picture. (B) In this OCT cross section, a faint representation of the vitreal interface can still be seen tugging on the macula (upper left). (Contributed by Dr. James Walters.)