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OCT Angiography Displays Vascularization in PEDs

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What is added by OCT Angiography (OCTA)?

How does OCTA change patient care?


Rodman Ped To Cnv Photo Figure 1 Optimized

FIGURE 1: Color fundus photography shows drusen, pigment mottling and an area of RPE atrophy

Rodman Ped To Cnv B Scan Figure 2 Optimized

FIGURE 2: OCT B-scan displays a shallow PED

Rodman Ped To Cnv Flow Overlay Figure 3 Optimized

FIGURE 3: B-scan with flow overlay shows flow under the PED

Rodman Ped To Cnv Choriocapillaris Figure 4 Optimized

FIGURE 4: OCTA of the choriocapillaris



OCT B-scan with flow overlay shows flow beneath the PED suggesting underlying neovascular activity. (FIGURE 3)
AngioVue® OCTA of the choriocapillaris displays a CNV membrane. (FIGURE 4)


The information provided by OCTA and multiple OCT B-scans enabled visualization of subretinal fluid with a CNV membrane, thus allowing for a timely referral to a retina specialist.

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PN 300-54117 | Case Study Courtesy of Julie Rodman, OD, MS, FAAO

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