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Figure 1: Fundus autofluorescence shows retinal flecks and areas of welldefined retinal atrophy (A). Late phase fluorescein angiography of the RE shows macular leakage form subfoveal choroidal eovascularization (CNV), associated with cystoid macular edema (CME), within a large area of well-defined atrophy (B). The hypofluorescence of the retinal flecks, is still discernable despite the hyperfluorescent background due to retinal pigment epithelium changes. Optical coherence tomography scan demonstrates moderately reflective mass corresponding to the subfoveal CNV, associated with shallow neurosensory retina elevation and CME in the macular area (C)

Figure 1: Fundus autofluorescence shows retinal flecks and areas of welldefined retinal atrophy (A). Late phase fluorescein angiography of the RE shows macular leakage form subfoveal choroidal  eovascularization (CNV), associated with cystoid macular edema (CME), within a large area of well-defined atrophy (B). The hypofluorescence of the retinal flecks, is still discernable despite the hyperfluorescent background due to retinal pigment epithelium changes. Optical coherence tomography scan demonstrates moderately reflective mass corresponding to the subfoveal CNV, associated with shallow neurosensory retina elevation and CME in the macular area (C)