A 39-year-old woman with unilateral metamorphosias.

Abstract

Fluorescein angiography showed well-demarcated, small, areas of earlyand late-phase hyperfluorescence (Figure 1B). The larger macular lesion was hyperfluorescent, with blurred contours and markedly increased hyperfluorescence over the course of the imaging consistent with a juxtafoveal choroidal neovascular membrane (Figure 1C). Indocyanine green angiography showed several areas of hypofluorescence in the right eye (Figure 1D), which corresponded to the visible subretinal lesions observed during fundus examination; the juxtafoveal lesion was hyperfluorescent, which confirmed the activity of the neovascular membrane.

DOI: 10.5693/djo.03.2011.11.001

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@article{Ribeiro2011A3W, title={A 39-year-old woman with unilateral metamorphosias.}, author={L{\'i}gia F Ribeiro and Sidnei Barge and Luis Filipe dos Santos Silva and Arnaldo Brand{\~a}o and D{\'a}lia Meira}, journal={Digital journal of ophthalmology : DJO}, year={2011}, volume={17 4}, pages={74-8} }