Case 47
History: This fluorescein angiography was performed on a 69 year-old woman with a known history of age-related 
macular degeneration. She presented 2 days earlier with a sudden onset decreased right vision from 6/12 to 6/36. 
Fundoscopy showed macular haemorrhage. The fluorescein angiography revealed the presence of a subfoveal 
subretinal neovascular membrane of the classic type. PDT was performed two days later. Her vision stabilized at 6/18
at 2-month follow-up (click on the pictures for magnified view).

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