Imaging features of eyes having thick or thin choroid.

2017-09-08T17:48:26Z (GMT) by Mingui Kong Sung Min Kim Don-Il Ham
<p>(A-C) Left eye of a 66 year old man in the thick group. (A) Color photograph showed no fundus tessellation, and (B) late phase indocyanine green angiography (ICGA) image showed hyperfluorescent areas indicating the presence of choroidal hyperpermeability. (C) Subfoveal choroid was thick (white arrow) on enhanced depth imaging optical coherence tomography (EDI OCT) image. (D-F) Right eye of a 70 year old woman in the thin group. (D) Color photograph showed fundus tessellation, and (E) late phase ICGA image revealed the absence of choroidal hyperpermeability. (F) Subfoveal choroid was thin (white arrow) on EDI OCT image.</p>