Multimodal imaging findings of choroidal neovascularization. Angioid streaks are observed on the red-free image (a); however, no hemorrhage is evident. Overlay of false-colored optical coherence tomography angiography (OCTA) over the color photograph (b) outlines the area of choroidal neovascularization (CNV). En Face OCTA (c) demonstrates two area of CNV (red and blue arrows) that demonstrate a tangled morphology of vascular networks. Sites of CNV closely correlate to sites of angioid streaks (d; arrowheads) when OCTA is compared to en face reflectance images. Structural OCT scans (I and II) confirm a mixed type 1 (I) and type 2 (II) neovascular lesion which arise in proximity to sites of Bruch’s membrane disruption.