Fluorescein Angiography in Persistent Fetal Vasculature
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A 6-month-old boy presented with leucocoria and large angle exotropia of the right eye. Axial length was 19.95 mm. Funduscopy revealed a fibrovascular stalk extending from the optic nerve, inserting as a white mass on the posterior lens capsule. The optic nerve was not visible beneath the stalk and there were posterior retinal folds adjacent to the stalk. Fluorescein angiography (RetCam, Clarity Medical, Pleasanton, CA) demonstrated retinal vessels in posterior retinal folds pulled anteriorly into the stalk up to the posterior lens and peripheral retinal capillary nonperfusion. These findings confirm the diagnosis of persistent fetal vasculature.

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