FIG 19. Treatment should be initiated for active and symptomatic IPCV, and can be considered for active asymptomatic presentations. The figure shows both eyes of one same patient. A. The patient is symptomatic, with a visual acuity of 0.6 in the right eye. The polypoidal lesions can be observed with ICGA, and retinal thickening and intraretinal cysts can be seen by OCT. B. The patient maintains a visual acuity of 1.0 in the left eye. ICGA shows a peripapillary polyp, likewise visible in the OCT acquisition, but there is no retinal edema, and the patient therefore remains asymptomatic.