Figure 4 - Haemorrhage in the left eye of a patient with choroidal neovascularization secondary to AMD.

Figure 4 - Haemorrhage in the left eye of a patient with choroidal neovascularization secondary to AMD.
Fluorophores eventually appear in haemorrhagic areas which are observed as yellowish areas in the fundus and as an increased FAF signal.
(A) Colour fundus photograph of the fresh haemorrhage.
(B) Colour fundus photograph from the same eye one month later.
(C) Fundus autofluorescence of the haemorrhage.