Fluorescein angiography of subretinal neovascular membrane i
"Case Report

A 55-year-old nondiabetic female presented to us with complaints of gradual decreased vision and metamorphopsia in both her eyes of 3 months duration. Her BCVA was 20/120 OU. Anterior segment OU was normal. Her fundus in the right eye showed a yellowish white lesion in the perifoveal retina with a rim of subretinal hemorrhage

Left eye showed telangiectatic capillaries in the perifoveal retina with refractile lesions [Figure 2]a. The diagnosis of parafoveal telangiectasia (PFT) was confirmed by FFA which demonstrated the right-angled venules and the telangiectatic capillaries

The right eye angiography showed an incremental hyperfluorescence of the perifoveal lesion with intense leak seen in late phases suggestive of subretinal neovascular membrane.

Left Eye angiography showing deep ectatic retinal capillary plexus with dye leak

Right, eye OCT showed pockets of subretinal fluid, intraretinal cysts, and thickened RPE Bruch's complex confirming the diagnosis of subretinal neovascular membrane.

Left eye OCT showed subfoveal disruption of RPE Bruch's complex both eyes and thickening of the perifoveal retina.

The patient received 3 doses of intravitreal injections of 1.25 mg of bevacizumab in 0.05 ml in her right eye repeated at an interval of every 4 weeks. She received a single dose of the same injection in her left eye. The left eye was considered for treatment because of the poor visual acuity (20/120) at presentation, with evidence of a parafoveal leak of fluorescein dye as seen in the angiography and presence of intraretinal parafoveal edema as evident from the OCT....

http://www.ijo.in/article.asp?issn=0301-4738;year=2016;volume=64;issue=11;spage=840;epage=842;aulast=Megur
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