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Figure 1: Fundus photographs, fluorescein angiography, and OCT images of a 65-year-old man with subfoveal AMD. At the first visit subfoveal CNV accompanying the serous retinal detachment and the pigment epithelium detachment was confirmed (a). The CNV grew larger after the first PDT (b). The CNV penetrated the retina five months later. Vitreous traction was observed at the edge of fibrotic lesion (c). The CNV was stabilized after about one and a half year involving six times of PDT (d)

Figure 1: Fundus photographs, fluorescein angiography, and OCT images of a 65-year-old man with subfoveal AMD. At the first visit subfoveal CNV accompanying the serous retinal detachment and the pigment epithelium detachment was confirmed (a). The CNV grew larger after the first PDT (b). The CNV penetrated the retina five months later. Vitreous traction was observed at the edge of fibrotic lesion (c). The CNV was stabilized after about one and a half year involving six times of PDT (d)