Figure 10. Polypoidal Choroidopathy.
Figure 10. Polypoidal Choroidopathy. A: Color photography shows hemorrhagic retinal pigment detachment (RPED). B: Fluorescein angiography shows the RPED and signs of occult choroidal neovascularization. C: Indocyanine green angiography shows the presence of hot spots corresponding to polypoidal structures. D: OCT shows small cup-shaped RPE elevations corresponding to polypoidal choroidopathy. Subretinal fluid (*) and blood under the RPED (^)