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22 year old female comes in for a normal eye exam
Digital Journal of Ophthalmology 1997
Volume 3, Number 27
October 21, 1997
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Michael J Tolentino, MD | Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
Ancillary Testing
Figure 3
(OS) Fluorescein angiogram of the large dilated vessels.

Figure 4
(OS) Fluorescein angiogram of the vascular tumor. It hyperfluoresces in the early phases and the feeder vessels fill. Aside FROM the feeder vessels, the surrounding vasculature appears normal.

Figure 5
(OS) A-scan ultrasound of the lesion shows a 2.3 mm elevated mass with a medium to high reflectivity and a slightly irregular internal structure.

Figure 6
(OS) B-scan ultrasound of the lesion shows a slightly irregular highly reflective dome shaped lesion in the inferotemporal fundus extending to the equator.

Figure 7
(OS) Color Doppler of the lesion (white arrow) shows minimal high flow vascularity in the lesion or the feeder vessels.