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Figure 1: Fundus showed peripapillary reddish-white lesion bilaterally, with well-defined irregular geographic borders forming pseudopodia and sparing the fovea (a). Fundus fluorescien angiography showed early intense hyperfluorescence with staining (b). Indocyanine green angiography did not show any features of active choroiditis or CNVM. Ultrasound showed high-reflective plaque echoes suggestive of calcification (c). Optical coherence tomography showed choroidal lesion causing shadowing, with subretinal fluid (d). CT orbit showed hyperdense lesion suggestive of calcification (e)

Figure 1: Fundus showed peripapillary reddish-white lesion bilaterally, with well-defined irregular geographic borders forming pseudopodia and sparing the fovea (a). Fundus fluorescien angiography showed early intense hyperfluorescence with staining (b). Indocyanine green angiography did not show any features of active choroiditis or CNVM. Ultrasound showed high-reflective plaque echoes suggestive of calcification (c). Optical coherence tomography showed choroidal lesion causing shadowing, with subretinal fluid (d). CT orbit showed hyperdense lesion suggestive of calcification (e)