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Choroidal rupture following blunt trauma & complicated by Choroidal Neovascularization

A 41-year-old male patient presented with traumatic choroidal rupture complicated by type 1 and 2 Choroidal Neovascularization (CNV) of his left eye. One year prior to this examination, this patient suffered an eyeball injury due to a physical kick. A choroidal rupture visualises in the posterior pole as a hypoautofluorescent crescent-shaped streak that is subretinal in location concentric to the optic nerve. In autofluorescence mode, this fundus photo shows a hypo and hyperautofluorescent lesion in the nasal para and perifovea ( CNV). BCVA 20/100 ( 0.2)

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Dr Wednesday

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5000 x 4414 pixels

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17 x 15 inches / 42 x 37 cm

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