January/February 2020 Image of the Month

Image of the Month, a recurring feature in Retinal Physician since 2006, spotlights diagnostic images captured by industry practitioners using innovative technology and diagnostic instruments.

CNV after Photodynamic Therapy

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Images Courtesy of Jose-Maria, Ruiz-Moreno, MD, PhD, President of the Spanish Society of Retina and Vitreous (SERV) Professor of Ophthalmology at Castilla La Mancha University (UCLM) Head of the Ophthalmology Department, University Hospital Puerta de Hierro, Madrid, Spain

BACKGROUND

Male patient with chronic Central Serous Chorioretinopathy treated by Photodynamic Therapy, develops choroidal neovascularization (Figures A, B and C), treated by intravitreal injection of anti-VEGF with closure of the neovessels (Figures D, E and F).

DIAGNOSIS

CNV after Photodynamic Therapy

IMAGE GLOSSARY:

Pre-Treatment Images:
A. Swept Source OCT Image
B. Multimodal Images
C. OCTA of Outer Retina slab

Post-Treatment Images:
D. Swept Source OCT Image
E. Multimodal Images
F. OCTA of Outer Retina slab

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