Table 1

Summary of the clinical findings

Case Sex Age Tearing Fundus and fluorescein angiographic findings Indocyanine green angiographic findings
1F61Vascularised PED, non-homogeneous fillingUnderlying ill defined plaque
2M79“Pretear” PED, paracental hypofluorescent zonePlaque occupying entire lesion/PED
3M63Vascularised PED, notchMarginal hot spot
4F781 monthNo subretinal fibosis, some surrounding blood vascular net at level of rolled up RPE,Speckled hyperfluorescence in rolled up RPE, surrounded by plaque, denuded area isofluorescent
−1 month Tearing vascularised PED, vascular net inside PED small subretinal haemorrhages at one edge
5F754–6 weeksNo subretinal fibrous tissue, no vascular net
−5 months “Pretear” PED, paracentral hypofluorescent zone
6M802 monthsVascular net at level of rolled up RPE and in the area of denuded RPESpeckled hyperfluorescence in rolled up RPE disappearing within a hyperfluorent plaque, denuded area included
−3 months Vascularised PED, notch Marginal plaque
7F752 ½ monthsRolled up RPE embedded in massive subretinal haemorrhage, no vascular net
8M654 monthsSome subretinal fibrosis, some surrounding blood no vascular netSpeckled hyperfluorescence in rolled up RPE
9M764 monthsNo subretinal fibrous tissue, no vascular netSpeckled hyperfluorescence in rolled up RPE, surrounded by plaque, denuded area hyperfluorescent
−3 months Rolled up RPE, some subretinal blood Speckled hyperfluorescence in rolled up RPE, surrounded by plaque, denuded area hyperfluorescent
10F755–6 monthsRolled up RPE surrounded by subretinal fibrous tissue and massive subretinal haemorrhage
  • Previous angiographic documentation, indicated in italics, is available for four patients. The indication of time corresponds to the time interval between first and second angiographic examination.