Table 2

Summary of clinical characteristics of CMs on fundus photograph, EDI-OCT, FAF, ICGA, FFA, OCT-A and B-scan US

n=16 (%)
Orientation
 Horizontal11 (69)
 Oblique4 (25)
 Vertical1 (6)
Tapering end6 (38)
Fundus appearance
 Type I6 (38)
 Type II3 (19)
 Type III7 (44)
Sclero-choroidal junction compression16 (100)
Choroid thickening4 (25)
RPE irregularity8 (50)
Ellipsoid band disruption5 (31)
Ellipsoid band disturbance5 (31)
Macular elevation14 (88)
Sub-retinal fluid
 Macular, subfoveal2 (13)
 Macular, extrafoveal1 (6)
 Extramacular1 (6)
Fundus autofluorescence
 Normal6 (50)
 Linear hyperfluorescence2 (17)
 Hyper/hypofluorescent track4 (33)
ICGA
 Early filling, late staining, no leakage6 (100)
FFA
 Early hyperfluorescence, late staining, no leakage4 (80)
 Normal1 (20)
OCT-A
 Deep capillary plexus attenuation1 (50)
 Deep and superficial capillary plexus attenuation1 (50)
B-scan US
 Low reflectivity nodular lesion6 (75)
 Lesion not detected2 (25)
  • CM, choroidal macrovessel; EDI, enhanced depth imaging; FAF, fundus autofluorescence; FFA, fundus fluorescein angiography; ICGA, indocyanine green angiography; OCT-A, optical coherence tomography-angiography; RPE, retinal pigment epithelium; US, ultrasound.