Choroidal nevus-associated neovascular membrane demonstrated
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We present a case of choroidal nevus, complicated by a choroidal neovascular membrane (CNV) that was detected by OCT angiography. Choroidal nevi are relatively common intraocular tumors. The presence of subretinal and intraretinal fluids can indicate that a CNV has occurred as a complication, warranting prompt management. However, subretinal and intraretinal fluids are also documented in nevi without CNV. OCT angiography may be of great help in determining whether those fluids are associated or not with a CNV, therefore guiding therapy.

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