Figure 4: Fundus colour photography (A) reveals the presence of circinate lipidic exudation surrounding a redish-orange lesion temporal to the fovea.

Figure 4: Fundus colour photography (A) reveals the presence of circinate lipidic exudation surrounding a redish-orange lesion temporal to the fovea. Late phases fluorescein angiography (B) shows a diffuse leakage with juxtafoveal involvement and two focal areas of staining and leakage. Two polypoidal foci separated by an abnormal choroidal vascular network are observed on ICG intermediate phase (C). Late phase ICG (D) shows an hiperfluorescent plaque, a more temporal hot spot (active polyp) and a more nasal hypofluorescent spot with hyperflluorescent borders (apparently inactive polyp).