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    heidelberg engineering icga
    A 66-year-old man (case 7) with a polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy lesion around the peripapillary area. (A) Fluorescein angiography <t>(FAG)</t> showed atrophic lesions corresponding to an atrophic retinal pigment epithelium tract and the atrophic lesion in the superior peripapillary area. The polypoidal lesion was found near the superior atrophic lesion. (B) indocyanine green angiography <t>(ICGA)</t> also showed a solitary polyp in the polypoidal lesion of the FAG. (C) Optical coherence tomography showed the pigment epithelium detachment (white arrow) in the polypoidal lesion of the ICGA, which was scanned on the white line of (B).
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    topcon icga
    Clinical features visible on multimodal imaging of the left eye of a 37-year-old male patient with aCSC. ( A ) Color fundus photograph showing small pigment clustering in the macula and a silhouette of the serous retinal detachment. The arrow indicates the scanning plane, which is depicted on the <t>SD-OCT.</t> ( B ) FAF image at diagnosis showing a speckled (ie, granular) hyper-autofluorescent lesion at the site of the serous neuroretinal detachment. ( C ) FA imaging revealed a single “hot spot” of leakage and a typical small detachment of the RPE above the inferior retinal arcade (arrow). ( D ) An SD-OCT scan at diagnosis revealed SRF accumulation, a thickened choroid, and subretinal debris, presumably consisting of non-phagocytized photoreceptor outer segments. ( E ) SRF resolved spontaneously within a few weeks. ( F ) The areas of hyper-fluorescence on mid-phase <t>ICGA</t> revealed diffuse choroidal hyperpermeability that was larger than the leakage site visible on FA. A recurrent episode 1.5 years later was treated with two subthreshold micropulse diode laser but did not result in resolution of the SRF. Eventually, half-dose photodynamic therapy resulted in resolution of the SRF ( G and H ). At the patient’s final visit 11 months later, hyper-autofluorescent and hypo-autofluorescent abnormalities were visible ( G ), and FA imaging revealed a slightly enlarged area of RPE alterations ( H ). Abbreviations: aCSC, acute central serous chorioretinopathy; ICGA, indocyanine green angiography; FA, Fluorescein angiography; FAF, Fundus autofluorescence; SD-OCT, spectral-domain optical coherence tomography; SRF, subretinal serous fluid; RPE, retinal pigment epithelium.
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    Optos plc icga
    Clinical features visible on multimodal imaging of the left eye of a 37-year-old male patient with aCSC. ( A ) Color fundus photograph showing small pigment clustering in the macula and a silhouette of the serous retinal detachment. The arrow indicates the scanning plane, which is depicted on the <t>SD-OCT.</t> ( B ) FAF image at diagnosis showing a speckled (ie, granular) hyper-autofluorescent lesion at the site of the serous neuroretinal detachment. ( C ) FA imaging revealed a single “hot spot” of leakage and a typical small detachment of the RPE above the inferior retinal arcade (arrow). ( D ) An SD-OCT scan at diagnosis revealed SRF accumulation, a thickened choroid, and subretinal debris, presumably consisting of non-phagocytized photoreceptor outer segments. ( E ) SRF resolved spontaneously within a few weeks. ( F ) The areas of hyper-fluorescence on mid-phase <t>ICGA</t> revealed diffuse choroidal hyperpermeability that was larger than the leakage site visible on FA. A recurrent episode 1.5 years later was treated with two subthreshold micropulse diode laser but did not result in resolution of the SRF. Eventually, half-dose photodynamic therapy resulted in resolution of the SRF ( G and H ). At the patient’s final visit 11 months later, hyper-autofluorescent and hypo-autofluorescent abnormalities were visible ( G ), and FA imaging revealed a slightly enlarged area of RPE alterations ( H ). Abbreviations: aCSC, acute central serous chorioretinopathy; ICGA, indocyanine green angiography; FA, Fluorescein angiography; FAF, Fundus autofluorescence; SD-OCT, spectral-domain optical coherence tomography; SRF, subretinal serous fluid; RPE, retinal pigment epithelium.
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    topcon icga machine
    Clinical features visible on multimodal imaging of the left eye of a 37-year-old male patient with aCSC. ( A ) Color fundus photograph showing small pigment clustering in the macula and a silhouette of the serous retinal detachment. The arrow indicates the scanning plane, which is depicted on the <t>SD-OCT.</t> ( B ) FAF image at diagnosis showing a speckled (ie, granular) hyper-autofluorescent lesion at the site of the serous neuroretinal detachment. ( C ) FA imaging revealed a single “hot spot” of leakage and a typical small detachment of the RPE above the inferior retinal arcade (arrow). ( D ) An SD-OCT scan at diagnosis revealed SRF accumulation, a thickened choroid, and subretinal debris, presumably consisting of non-phagocytized photoreceptor outer segments. ( E ) SRF resolved spontaneously within a few weeks. ( F ) The areas of hyper-fluorescence on mid-phase <t>ICGA</t> revealed diffuse choroidal hyperpermeability that was larger than the leakage site visible on FA. A recurrent episode 1.5 years later was treated with two subthreshold micropulse diode laser but did not result in resolution of the SRF. Eventually, half-dose photodynamic therapy resulted in resolution of the SRF ( G and H ). At the patient’s final visit 11 months later, hyper-autofluorescent and hypo-autofluorescent abnormalities were visible ( G ), and FA imaging revealed a slightly enlarged area of RPE alterations ( H ). Abbreviations: aCSC, acute central serous chorioretinopathy; ICGA, indocyanine green angiography; FA, Fluorescein angiography; FAF, Fundus autofluorescence; SD-OCT, spectral-domain optical coherence tomography; SRF, subretinal serous fluid; RPE, retinal pigment epithelium.
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    Carl Zeiss icga surgical microscope
    Clinical features visible on multimodal imaging of the left eye of a 37-year-old male patient with aCSC. ( A ) Color fundus photograph showing small pigment clustering in the macula and a silhouette of the serous retinal detachment. The arrow indicates the scanning plane, which is depicted on the <t>SD-OCT.</t> ( B ) FAF image at diagnosis showing a speckled (ie, granular) hyper-autofluorescent lesion at the site of the serous neuroretinal detachment. ( C ) FA imaging revealed a single “hot spot” of leakage and a typical small detachment of the RPE above the inferior retinal arcade (arrow). ( D ) An SD-OCT scan at diagnosis revealed SRF accumulation, a thickened choroid, and subretinal debris, presumably consisting of non-phagocytized photoreceptor outer segments. ( E ) SRF resolved spontaneously within a few weeks. ( F ) The areas of hyper-fluorescence on mid-phase <t>ICGA</t> revealed diffuse choroidal hyperpermeability that was larger than the leakage site visible on FA. A recurrent episode 1.5 years later was treated with two subthreshold micropulse diode laser but did not result in resolution of the SRF. Eventually, half-dose photodynamic therapy resulted in resolution of the SRF ( G and H ). At the patient’s final visit 11 months later, hyper-autofluorescent and hypo-autofluorescent abnormalities were visible ( G ), and FA imaging revealed a slightly enlarged area of RPE alterations ( H ). Abbreviations: aCSC, acute central serous chorioretinopathy; ICGA, indocyanine green angiography; FA, Fluorescein angiography; FAF, Fundus autofluorescence; SD-OCT, spectral-domain optical coherence tomography; SRF, subretinal serous fluid; RPE, retinal pigment epithelium.
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    Carl Zeiss icga
    Clinical features visible on multimodal imaging of the left eye of a 37-year-old male patient with aCSC. ( A ) Color fundus photograph showing small pigment clustering in the macula and a silhouette of the serous retinal detachment. The arrow indicates the scanning plane, which is depicted on the <t>SD-OCT.</t> ( B ) FAF image at diagnosis showing a speckled (ie, granular) hyper-autofluorescent lesion at the site of the serous neuroretinal detachment. ( C ) FA imaging revealed a single “hot spot” of leakage and a typical small detachment of the RPE above the inferior retinal arcade (arrow). ( D ) An SD-OCT scan at diagnosis revealed SRF accumulation, a thickened choroid, and subretinal debris, presumably consisting of non-phagocytized photoreceptor outer segments. ( E ) SRF resolved spontaneously within a few weeks. ( F ) The areas of hyper-fluorescence on mid-phase <t>ICGA</t> revealed diffuse choroidal hyperpermeability that was larger than the leakage site visible on FA. A recurrent episode 1.5 years later was treated with two subthreshold micropulse diode laser but did not result in resolution of the SRF. Eventually, half-dose photodynamic therapy resulted in resolution of the SRF ( G and H ). At the patient’s final visit 11 months later, hyper-autofluorescent and hypo-autofluorescent abnormalities were visible ( G ), and FA imaging revealed a slightly enlarged area of RPE alterations ( H ). Abbreviations: aCSC, acute central serous chorioretinopathy; ICGA, indocyanine green angiography; FA, Fluorescein angiography; FAF, Fundus autofluorescence; SD-OCT, spectral-domain optical coherence tomography; SRF, subretinal serous fluid; RPE, retinal pigment epithelium.
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    Quantel Medical icga
    Clinical features visible on multimodal imaging of the left eye of a 37-year-old male patient with aCSC. ( A ) Color fundus photograph showing small pigment clustering in the macula and a silhouette of the serous retinal detachment. The arrow indicates the scanning plane, which is depicted on the <t>SD-OCT.</t> ( B ) FAF image at diagnosis showing a speckled (ie, granular) hyper-autofluorescent lesion at the site of the serous neuroretinal detachment. ( C ) FA imaging revealed a single “hot spot” of leakage and a typical small detachment of the RPE above the inferior retinal arcade (arrow). ( D ) An SD-OCT scan at diagnosis revealed SRF accumulation, a thickened choroid, and subretinal debris, presumably consisting of non-phagocytized photoreceptor outer segments. ( E ) SRF resolved spontaneously within a few weeks. ( F ) The areas of hyper-fluorescence on mid-phase <t>ICGA</t> revealed diffuse choroidal hyperpermeability that was larger than the leakage site visible on FA. A recurrent episode 1.5 years later was treated with two subthreshold micropulse diode laser but did not result in resolution of the SRF. Eventually, half-dose photodynamic therapy resulted in resolution of the SRF ( G and H ). At the patient’s final visit 11 months later, hyper-autofluorescent and hypo-autofluorescent abnormalities were visible ( G ), and FA imaging revealed a slightly enlarged area of RPE alterations ( H ). Abbreviations: aCSC, acute central serous chorioretinopathy; ICGA, indocyanine green angiography; FA, Fluorescein angiography; FAF, Fundus autofluorescence; SD-OCT, spectral-domain optical coherence tomography; SRF, subretinal serous fluid; RPE, retinal pigment epithelium.
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    ChengDu Biopurify Phytochemicals Ltd icga
    Clinical features visible on multimodal imaging of the left eye of a 37-year-old male patient with aCSC. ( A ) Color fundus photograph showing small pigment clustering in the macula and a silhouette of the serous retinal detachment. The arrow indicates the scanning plane, which is depicted on the <t>SD-OCT.</t> ( B ) FAF image at diagnosis showing a speckled (ie, granular) hyper-autofluorescent lesion at the site of the serous neuroretinal detachment. ( C ) FA imaging revealed a single “hot spot” of leakage and a typical small detachment of the RPE above the inferior retinal arcade (arrow). ( D ) An SD-OCT scan at diagnosis revealed SRF accumulation, a thickened choroid, and subretinal debris, presumably consisting of non-phagocytized photoreceptor outer segments. ( E ) SRF resolved spontaneously within a few weeks. ( F ) The areas of hyper-fluorescence on mid-phase <t>ICGA</t> revealed diffuse choroidal hyperpermeability that was larger than the leakage site visible on FA. A recurrent episode 1.5 years later was treated with two subthreshold micropulse diode laser but did not result in resolution of the SRF. Eventually, half-dose photodynamic therapy resulted in resolution of the SRF ( G and H ). At the patient’s final visit 11 months later, hyper-autofluorescent and hypo-autofluorescent abnormalities were visible ( G ), and FA imaging revealed a slightly enlarged area of RPE alterations ( H ). Abbreviations: aCSC, acute central serous chorioretinopathy; ICGA, indocyanine green angiography; FA, Fluorescein angiography; FAF, Fundus autofluorescence; SD-OCT, spectral-domain optical coherence tomography; SRF, subretinal serous fluid; RPE, retinal pigment epithelium.
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    SCHOTT icga
    Clinical features visible on multimodal imaging of the left eye of a 37-year-old male patient with aCSC. ( A ) Color fundus photograph showing small pigment clustering in the macula and a silhouette of the serous retinal detachment. The arrow indicates the scanning plane, which is depicted on the <t>SD-OCT.</t> ( B ) FAF image at diagnosis showing a speckled (ie, granular) hyper-autofluorescent lesion at the site of the serous neuroretinal detachment. ( C ) FA imaging revealed a single “hot spot” of leakage and a typical small detachment of the RPE above the inferior retinal arcade (arrow). ( D ) An SD-OCT scan at diagnosis revealed SRF accumulation, a thickened choroid, and subretinal debris, presumably consisting of non-phagocytized photoreceptor outer segments. ( E ) SRF resolved spontaneously within a few weeks. ( F ) The areas of hyper-fluorescence on mid-phase <t>ICGA</t> revealed diffuse choroidal hyperpermeability that was larger than the leakage site visible on FA. A recurrent episode 1.5 years later was treated with two subthreshold micropulse diode laser but did not result in resolution of the SRF. Eventually, half-dose photodynamic therapy resulted in resolution of the SRF ( G and H ). At the patient’s final visit 11 months later, hyper-autofluorescent and hypo-autofluorescent abnormalities were visible ( G ), and FA imaging revealed a slightly enlarged area of RPE alterations ( H ). Abbreviations: aCSC, acute central serous chorioretinopathy; ICGA, indocyanine green angiography; FA, Fluorescein angiography; FAF, Fundus autofluorescence; SD-OCT, spectral-domain optical coherence tomography; SRF, subretinal serous fluid; RPE, retinal pigment epithelium.
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    heidelberg engineering indocyanine green angiography icga
    Fundus fluorescein angiogram (55°) of right eye (a, b) and left eye (e). <t>Indocyanine</t> green angiography <t>(ICGA)</t> of right eye (55° c, 30° d) and left eye (f). The branching vascular network (BVN, white arrows) and terminal hyperfluorescent polyps (white arrowheads) were clearly visible on ICGA. These also demonstrated a characteristic hypofluorescent halo. Note that the BVN originates from a hypofluorescent laser scar ( ∗ in c and d). FFA of the right eye revealed macular ischaemia. FFA and ICGA of the left eye were normal.
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    heidelberg engineering indocyanine angiography icga
    Fundus fluorescein angiogram (55°) of right eye (a, b) and left eye (e). <t>Indocyanine</t> green angiography <t>(ICGA)</t> of right eye (55° c, 30° d) and left eye (f). The branching vascular network (BVN, white arrows) and terminal hyperfluorescent polyps (white arrowheads) were clearly visible on ICGA. These also demonstrated a characteristic hypofluorescent halo. Note that the BVN originates from a hypofluorescent laser scar ( ∗ in c and d). FFA of the right eye revealed macular ischaemia. FFA and ICGA of the left eye were normal.
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    topcon fundus camera based icga
    Fundus fluorescein angiogram (55°) of right eye (a, b) and left eye (e). <t>Indocyanine</t> green angiography <t>(ICGA)</t> of right eye (55° c, 30° d) and left eye (f). The branching vascular network (BVN, white arrows) and terminal hyperfluorescent polyps (white arrowheads) were clearly visible on ICGA. These also demonstrated a characteristic hypofluorescent halo. Note that the BVN originates from a hypofluorescent laser scar ( ∗ in c and d). FFA of the right eye revealed macular ischaemia. FFA and ICGA of the left eye were normal.
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    heidelberg engineering icga software program
    Fundus fluorescein angiogram (55°) of right eye (a, b) and left eye (e). <t>Indocyanine</t> green angiography <t>(ICGA)</t> of right eye (55° c, 30° d) and left eye (f). The branching vascular network (BVN, white arrows) and terminal hyperfluorescent polyps (white arrowheads) were clearly visible on ICGA. These also demonstrated a characteristic hypofluorescent halo. Note that the BVN originates from a hypofluorescent laser scar ( ∗ in c and d). FFA of the right eye revealed macular ischaemia. FFA and ICGA of the left eye were normal.
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    heidelberg engineering fluorescein indocyanin green angiography fa icga
    Fundus fluorescein angiogram (55°) of right eye (a, b) and left eye (e). <t>Indocyanine</t> green angiography <t>(ICGA)</t> of right eye (55° c, 30° d) and left eye (f). The branching vascular network (BVN, white arrows) and terminal hyperfluorescent polyps (white arrowheads) were clearly visible on ICGA. These also demonstrated a characteristic hypofluorescent halo. Note that the BVN originates from a hypofluorescent laser scar ( ∗ in c and d). FFA of the right eye revealed macular ischaemia. FFA and ICGA of the left eye were normal.
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    Micropulse icga guided high density subthreshold micropulse laser treatment
    Fundus fluorescein angiogram (55°) of right eye (a, b) and left eye (e). <t>Indocyanine</t> green angiography <t>(ICGA)</t> of right eye (55° c, 30° d) and left eye (f). The branching vascular network (BVN, white arrows) and terminal hyperfluorescent polyps (white arrowheads) were clearly visible on ICGA. These also demonstrated a characteristic hypofluorescent halo. Note that the BVN originates from a hypofluorescent laser scar ( ∗ in c and d). FFA of the right eye revealed macular ischaemia. FFA and ICGA of the left eye were normal.
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    A 66-year-old man (case 7) with a polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy lesion around the peripapillary area. (A) Fluorescein angiography (FAG) showed atrophic lesions corresponding to an atrophic retinal pigment epithelium tract and the atrophic lesion in the superior peripapillary area. The polypoidal lesion was found near the superior atrophic lesion. (B) indocyanine green angiography (ICGA) also showed a solitary polyp in the polypoidal lesion of the FAG. (C) Optical coherence tomography showed the pigment epithelium detachment (white arrow) in the polypoidal lesion of the ICGA, which was scanned on the white line of (B).

    Journal: Korean Journal of Ophthalmology : KJO

    Article Title: Clinical Characteristics of Polypoidal Choroidal Vasculopathy Associated with Chronic Central Serous Chorioretionopathy

    doi: 10.3341/kjo.2012.26.1.15

    Figure Lengend Snippet: A 66-year-old man (case 7) with a polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy lesion around the peripapillary area. (A) Fluorescein angiography (FAG) showed atrophic lesions corresponding to an atrophic retinal pigment epithelium tract and the atrophic lesion in the superior peripapillary area. The polypoidal lesion was found near the superior atrophic lesion. (B) indocyanine green angiography (ICGA) also showed a solitary polyp in the polypoidal lesion of the FAG. (C) Optical coherence tomography showed the pigment epithelium detachment (white arrow) in the polypoidal lesion of the ICGA, which was scanned on the white line of (B).

    Article Snippet: All of the PCV patients underwent a comprehensive ophthalmic examination, that included Snellen visual acuity, biomicroscopy, fundus photography, FAG, ICGA (HRA system; Heidelberg Engineering, Heidelberg, Germany), and optical coherence tomography (OCT; Stratus OCT or Cirrus OCT, Carl Zeiss Meditec, Dublin, CA, USA).

    Techniques:

    Clinical features visible on multimodal imaging of the left eye of a 37-year-old male patient with aCSC. ( A ) Color fundus photograph showing small pigment clustering in the macula and a silhouette of the serous retinal detachment. The arrow indicates the scanning plane, which is depicted on the SD-OCT. ( B ) FAF image at diagnosis showing a speckled (ie, granular) hyper-autofluorescent lesion at the site of the serous neuroretinal detachment. ( C ) FA imaging revealed a single “hot spot” of leakage and a typical small detachment of the RPE above the inferior retinal arcade (arrow). ( D ) An SD-OCT scan at diagnosis revealed SRF accumulation, a thickened choroid, and subretinal debris, presumably consisting of non-phagocytized photoreceptor outer segments. ( E ) SRF resolved spontaneously within a few weeks. ( F ) The areas of hyper-fluorescence on mid-phase ICGA revealed diffuse choroidal hyperpermeability that was larger than the leakage site visible on FA. A recurrent episode 1.5 years later was treated with two subthreshold micropulse diode laser but did not result in resolution of the SRF. Eventually, half-dose photodynamic therapy resulted in resolution of the SRF ( G and H ). At the patient’s final visit 11 months later, hyper-autofluorescent and hypo-autofluorescent abnormalities were visible ( G ), and FA imaging revealed a slightly enlarged area of RPE alterations ( H ). Abbreviations: aCSC, acute central serous chorioretinopathy; ICGA, indocyanine green angiography; FA, Fluorescein angiography; FAF, Fundus autofluorescence; SD-OCT, spectral-domain optical coherence tomography; SRF, subretinal serous fluid; RPE, retinal pigment epithelium.

    Journal: Clinical Ophthalmology (Auckland, N.Z.)

    Article Title: Risk of Recurrence and Transition to Chronic Disease in Acute Central Serous Chorioretinopathy

    doi: 10.2147/OPTH.S242926

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Clinical features visible on multimodal imaging of the left eye of a 37-year-old male patient with aCSC. ( A ) Color fundus photograph showing small pigment clustering in the macula and a silhouette of the serous retinal detachment. The arrow indicates the scanning plane, which is depicted on the SD-OCT. ( B ) FAF image at diagnosis showing a speckled (ie, granular) hyper-autofluorescent lesion at the site of the serous neuroretinal detachment. ( C ) FA imaging revealed a single “hot spot” of leakage and a typical small detachment of the RPE above the inferior retinal arcade (arrow). ( D ) An SD-OCT scan at diagnosis revealed SRF accumulation, a thickened choroid, and subretinal debris, presumably consisting of non-phagocytized photoreceptor outer segments. ( E ) SRF resolved spontaneously within a few weeks. ( F ) The areas of hyper-fluorescence on mid-phase ICGA revealed diffuse choroidal hyperpermeability that was larger than the leakage site visible on FA. A recurrent episode 1.5 years later was treated with two subthreshold micropulse diode laser but did not result in resolution of the SRF. Eventually, half-dose photodynamic therapy resulted in resolution of the SRF ( G and H ). At the patient’s final visit 11 months later, hyper-autofluorescent and hypo-autofluorescent abnormalities were visible ( G ), and FA imaging revealed a slightly enlarged area of RPE alterations ( H ). Abbreviations: aCSC, acute central serous chorioretinopathy; ICGA, indocyanine green angiography; FA, Fluorescein angiography; FAF, Fundus autofluorescence; SD-OCT, spectral-domain optical coherence tomography; SRF, subretinal serous fluid; RPE, retinal pigment epithelium.

    Article Snippet: These examinations included best-corrected visual acuity (BCVA, measured with a Snellen chart, then converted to ETDRS letters for statistical comparison); slit-lamp examination and/or color fundus photography (Topcon Corp., Tokyo, Japan or Carl Zeiss Meditec AG, Jena, Germany); spectral-domain OCT (Cirrus HD-OCT, Carl Zeiss Meditec, Jena, Germany, OCT-HS100, Canon Inc., Tokyo, Japan, or Spectralis HRA+OCT, Heidelberg Engineering, Heidelberg, Germany); fundus autofluorescence imaging (FAF) (Heidelberg Spectralis HRA+OCT or Topcon Corp.); FA (Topcon Corp., Spectralis HRA+OCT, or Carl Zeiss Meditec); and ICGA (Topcon Corp., Heidelberg Spectralis HRA+OCT, or Carl Zeiss Meditec).

    Techniques: Imaging, Fluorescence

    Clinical features visible on multimodal imaging of the right eye of a 37-year-old female patient ( A – D ) and a 34-year-old male patient ( E – H ) with aCSC. ( A and E ) FA revealed one focal “hot spot” of leakage and no changes in the retinal pigment epithelium. ( B and F ) Despite these circumscribed lesions on FA, ICGA revealed a more widespread area of hyper-fluorescence, which corresponded with multifocal ( B ) or monofocal ( F ) choroidal leakage. ( C and G ) FAF imaging revealed speckled (ie, granular) hyper-autofluorescent changes at the site of serous neuroretinal detachment in both patients, which corresponded with serous retinal detachment visualized on OCT ( D, H ). Abbreviations: aCSC, acute central serous chorioretinopathy; ICGA, indocyanine green angiography; FA, Fluorescein angiography; FAF, Fundus autofluorescence; OCT, optical coherence tomography; SRF, subretinal serous fluid; RPE, retinal pigment epithelium.

    Journal: Clinical Ophthalmology (Auckland, N.Z.)

    Article Title: Risk of Recurrence and Transition to Chronic Disease in Acute Central Serous Chorioretinopathy

    doi: 10.2147/OPTH.S242926

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Clinical features visible on multimodal imaging of the right eye of a 37-year-old female patient ( A – D ) and a 34-year-old male patient ( E – H ) with aCSC. ( A and E ) FA revealed one focal “hot spot” of leakage and no changes in the retinal pigment epithelium. ( B and F ) Despite these circumscribed lesions on FA, ICGA revealed a more widespread area of hyper-fluorescence, which corresponded with multifocal ( B ) or monofocal ( F ) choroidal leakage. ( C and G ) FAF imaging revealed speckled (ie, granular) hyper-autofluorescent changes at the site of serous neuroretinal detachment in both patients, which corresponded with serous retinal detachment visualized on OCT ( D, H ). Abbreviations: aCSC, acute central serous chorioretinopathy; ICGA, indocyanine green angiography; FA, Fluorescein angiography; FAF, Fundus autofluorescence; OCT, optical coherence tomography; SRF, subretinal serous fluid; RPE, retinal pigment epithelium.

    Article Snippet: These examinations included best-corrected visual acuity (BCVA, measured with a Snellen chart, then converted to ETDRS letters for statistical comparison); slit-lamp examination and/or color fundus photography (Topcon Corp., Tokyo, Japan or Carl Zeiss Meditec AG, Jena, Germany); spectral-domain OCT (Cirrus HD-OCT, Carl Zeiss Meditec, Jena, Germany, OCT-HS100, Canon Inc., Tokyo, Japan, or Spectralis HRA+OCT, Heidelberg Engineering, Heidelberg, Germany); fundus autofluorescence imaging (FAF) (Heidelberg Spectralis HRA+OCT or Topcon Corp.); FA (Topcon Corp., Spectralis HRA+OCT, or Carl Zeiss Meditec); and ICGA (Topcon Corp., Heidelberg Spectralis HRA+OCT, or Carl Zeiss Meditec).

    Techniques: Imaging, Fluorescence

    (a) Fluorescein angiography showing disc hyperfluorescence (optic disc score of 3/3). (b) ICGA showing hyperfluorescence of the optic disc (score of 3/3). (c) ICGA showing posterior pole dark dots (score of 2/2). (d) ICGA showing early stromal hyperfluorescence at the posterior pole (score of 1/1). (e) ICGA showing hyperfluorescent pinpoints (score of 3/3). ICGA, indocyanine green angiography.

    Journal: Journal of Ophthalmic & Vision Research

    Article Title: Contribution of Dual Fluorescein and Indocyanine Green Angiography to the Appraisal of Presumed Tuberculous Chorioretinitis in a Non-endemic Area

    doi: 10.4103/2008-322X.200157

    Figure Lengend Snippet: (a) Fluorescein angiography showing disc hyperfluorescence (optic disc score of 3/3). (b) ICGA showing hyperfluorescence of the optic disc (score of 3/3). (c) ICGA showing posterior pole dark dots (score of 2/2). (d) ICGA showing early stromal hyperfluorescence at the posterior pole (score of 1/1). (e) ICGA showing hyperfluorescent pinpoints (score of 3/3). ICGA, indocyanine green angiography.

    Article Snippet: The most frequent FA sign (optic disc hyperfluorescence) and the most frequent ICGA sign (fuzziness/exudation of choroidal vessels) were compared between the Topcon and Heidelberg devices, showing no statistical difference, indicating that there was no bias whether one or the other instrument was used.

    Techniques:

    Fundus fluorescein angiogram (55°) of right eye (a, b) and left eye (e). Indocyanine green angiography (ICGA) of right eye (55° c, 30° d) and left eye (f). The branching vascular network (BVN, white arrows) and terminal hyperfluorescent polyps (white arrowheads) were clearly visible on ICGA. These also demonstrated a characteristic hypofluorescent halo. Note that the BVN originates from a hypofluorescent laser scar ( ∗ in c and d). FFA of the right eye revealed macular ischaemia. FFA and ICGA of the left eye were normal.

    Journal: Case Reports in Ophthalmological Medicine

    Article Title: Polypoidal Choroidal Vasculopathy Complicating Retinal Laser in Quiescent Uveitis

    doi: 10.1155/2019/6147063

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Fundus fluorescein angiogram (55°) of right eye (a, b) and left eye (e). Indocyanine green angiography (ICGA) of right eye (55° c, 30° d) and left eye (f). The branching vascular network (BVN, white arrows) and terminal hyperfluorescent polyps (white arrowheads) were clearly visible on ICGA. These also demonstrated a characteristic hypofluorescent halo. Note that the BVN originates from a hypofluorescent laser scar ( ∗ in c and d). FFA of the right eye revealed macular ischaemia. FFA and ICGA of the left eye were normal.

    Article Snippet: Fundus fluorescein angiography (FFA) and indocyanine green angiography (ICGA) (Heidelberg Spectralis, Heidelberg Engineering, German) revealed a branching vascular network (BVN), arising within a laser scar, with terminal hyperfluorescent polyps (i.e. PCV, ).

    Techniques: