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Table 1 Clinical and imaging characteristics of choroidal osteomas

From: Multimodal imaging in choroidal osteoma

Case Age Gender Laterality Localization Decalcification BCVA (Snellen) Opthalmic conditions Clinically suspected CNV Autofluorence FA OCT-A findings (superficial choroid)
1 21 F L DNA XF WNL C 20/150 20/200 Keratoconus N N WNL H-hd ND ND WNL AV
2 20 M B SF SF PC PC 20/800 20/200 None Y Y h-He h-Hd WD WD DB DB
3 21 F B SF SF C PC 20/20 20/20 None Y Y H-hd H-he CNV WD CNV VN
4 27 F R XF DNA C WNL 20/20 20/50 Keratoconus N N WNL ND ND ND ND ND
5 30 F R SF DNA PC WNL 20/50 20/25 None N N h-Hd WNL WD WNL VN WNL
6 43 M B SF SF DC DC 20/150 20/200 None N N H-hd H-hd ND ND ND ND
7 61 F L DNA XF WNL PC 20/20 20/25 None N N WNL H-hd WNL WD WNL VN
8 42 F B SF XF PC PC 20/200 20/20 None Y Y h-Hd + h-He h-He CNV CNV CNV CNV
9 38 M L DNA XF WNL C 20/20 20/30 CSC N Y WNL h-He WNL CSC WNL VN
10 30 F B SF SF DC DC 20/2000 20/2000 None N N h-He h-He WD WD ND ND
11 35 F L DNA SF WNL PC 20/20 20/150 None N N WNL h-Hd WNL WD ND ND
  1. F female, M male, L left, R right, B bilateral, RE right eye, LE left eye, NDNA does not apply, SF subfoval, XF extrafoveal, WNL whithin normal limits, C calcified, PC partially decalcified, DC decalcified, BCVA best corrected visual acuity, CSC central serous chorioretinopathy, CNV choroidal neovascularization, N no, Y yes, h-He hypo-autofluorescent with hyper-autofluorescent edge, H-hd hyper-autofluorescent with hypo-autofluorescent dots, h-Hd hypo-autofluorescent with hyper-autofluorescent dots, H-he hyper-autofluorescent with hypo-autofluorescent edge, FA fluorescein angiography, ND not done, WD window defect, OCT-A Optical coherence tomography angiography, DB dark background where decalcification was present, VN vascular network within tumor, AV absence of vascular flow within tumor