Comparison between indocyanine green angiography and optical coherence tomographic angiography for visualizing type 1 neovascularization. Areas of type 1 NV (arrow) may be difficult to discern on ICGA (a) due to hyperfluorescent staining of angioid streaks (arrowheads) within areas of NV. In contrast, type 1 NV demonstrates a characteristic tangled morphology appearance on OCTA (b) that is easily appreciated. Inset on ICGA corresponds to the region of interest on OCTA image. Note the projection artifact of retinal vessels on the OCTA image.