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Figure 1: (Top left) Color fundus photo of the right eye. The choroidal vessels are prominent at the posterior pole with presence of subfoveal hemorrhage. (Top right) OCT at presentation shows hyperreflective lesion in subretinal space, suggestive of type 2 CNVM with generalized thinning of the choroid. (Middle) Fluorescein angiography. (Middle left) Early phase shows blocked fluorescence due to hemorrhage and (Middle right) late phase shows minimal hyperfluorescence due to CNVM. (Bottom left) ICG angiography shows dilated ampullae of vortex veins with late leakage in the area of CNVM. (Bottom right) Post intravitreal anti-VEGF injection OCT shows resolution of hemorrhage with the formation of subretinal scar

Figure 1: (Top left) Color fundus photo of the right eye. The choroidal vessels are prominent at the posterior pole with presence of subfoveal hemorrhage. (Top right) OCT at presentation shows hyperreflective lesion in subretinal space, suggestive of type 2 CNVM with generalized thinning of the choroid. (Middle) Fluorescein angiography. (Middle left) Early phase shows blocked fluorescence due to hemorrhage and (Middle right) late phase shows minimal hyperfluorescence due to CNVM. (Bottom left) ICG angiography shows dilated ampullae of vortex veins with late leakage in the area of CNVM. (Bottom right) Post intravitreal anti-VEGF injection OCT shows resolution of hemorrhage with the formation of subretinal scar