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Figure 3: (a) SD-OCT with an altered foveal contour, intraretinal cystic spaces, loss of outer retinal layers, subretinal hyperreflective material (HRM), and a pigment epithelial detachment with HRM suggestive of a combined type 1 and 2 choroidal neovascular membrane (CNVM) in the right eye. Star (*) with arrow indicates thinned out ellipsoid and retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) with the absence of excavation of outer retina or choroid. OCT angiography flow signals can be seen in the area of the CNVM. (b) Avascular retina slab showing the vascular network and (c) choriocapillaris and (d) choroidal slab showing absence of flow

Figure 3: (a) SD-OCT with an altered foveal contour, intraretinal cystic spaces, loss of outer retinal layers, subretinal hyperreflective material (HRM), and a pigment epithelial detachment with HRM suggestive of a combined type 1 and 2 choroidal neovascular membrane (CNVM) in the right eye. Star (*) with arrow indicates thinned out ellipsoid and retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) with the absence of excavation of outer retina or choroid. OCT angiography flow signals can be seen in the area of the CNVM. (b) Avascular retina slab showing the vascular network and (c) choriocapillaris and (d) choroidal slab showing absence of flow