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Fig. 3 | International Journal of Retina and Vitreous

Fig. 3

From: Vitreous haemorrhage in massive hemorrhagic polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy: clinical characteristics and surgical outcomes

Fig. 3

Both eyes of a 60 year old male with bilateral polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy (PCV) associated with vitreous hemorrhage (VH). Left top picture shows the fundus picture of the left eye at baseline before VH showing serous pigment epithelial detachment (PED, white arrow) and subretinal old blood. Top centre picture shows hemorrhagic pigment epithelial detachment (white arrowhead) and elevated orange yellow lesion before VH (white arrow). Top right picture shows fundus of the left eye post vitrectomy showing macular scar (white arrowhead), disappearance of previously seen polyp and development of a new orange elevated lesion (white arrow). Middle right indocyanine green angiography (ICG-A) of the left eye shows polypoidal lesions (white arrowheads) before VH. Middle centre shows ICG-A of the left eye after vitrectomy for VH shows disappearance of polyps and scar alone (white arrowhead). Middle right shows preoperative and postoperative OCT showing improvement of PED and resolution of intraretinal fluid. Bottom right fundus picture shows PED (white arrowhead). Bottom centre shows ICG angiography done before development of VH shows a polypoidal lesion (white arrow) and a PED (white arrowhead) and bottom left picture shows serosanguinous retinal detachment (arrow)

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