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Figure 1: At presentation: fundus photo of the right eye showing circumscribed choroidal hemangioma at the posterior pole with subretinal fluid (a). B-scan ultrasound showing solitary tumor with high surface and moderate-to-high internal reflectivity (b). Magnetic resonance imaging scan showing the tumor that is isointense on T2-weighted image (c). Vertical and horizontal optical coherence tomography scan showing retinoschisis with subretinal fluid (d and e). Simultaneous fundus fluorescein angiography (FFA) and indocyanine green angiography (ICGA) reveals stippled hyperfluorescence in the early phase and increased hyperfluorescene in late phase corresponding to the choroidal hemangioma (f and g)

Figure 1: At presentation: fundus photo of the right eye showing circumscribed choroidal hemangioma at the posterior pole with subretinal fluid (a). B-scan ultrasound showing solitary tumor with high surface and moderate-to-high internal reflectivity (b). Magnetic resonance imaging scan showing the tumor that is isointense on T2-weighted image (c). Vertical and horizontal optical coherence tomography scan showing retinoschisis with subretinal fluid (d and e). Simultaneous fundus fluorescein angiography (FFA) and indocyanine green angiography (ICGA) reveals stippled hyperfluorescence in the early phase and increased hyperfluorescene in late phase corresponding to the choroidal hemangioma (f and g)