Table 2

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

n=16 (%)
 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)
 Early filling, late staining, no leakage6 (100)
 Early hyperfluorescence, late staining, no leakage4 (80)
 Normal1 (20)
 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.