FIG 6. ICGA is very useful for diagnosing and classifying CNV associated to serous PED, due to its capacity to distinguish between the serous and the vascular component. All types of associated CNV may be found. Figure A shows classic CNV which is better visualized with FA in the early phases, since it is masked in the late phases by the hyperfluorescence of the entire lesion. The rest of the cases involve occult CNV, where ICGA can show hot spots on the black image of the PED associated to RAP (yellow arrows) or polyps (red arrows).