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Figure 3: Optical coherence tomography angiography image of an eye with neovascular age related macular degeneration (c-f). Optical coherence tomography angiogram of the outer retina shows lacy choroidal neovascularization (yellow arrow in e); the underlying choriocapillaris shows abnormal vessels below the choroidal neovascularization that appear to feed into the neovascularization (f). When compared to FA (b), neovascular network is better delineated by OCTA. Fundus photo of left eye showing choroidal neovascular membrane (a)

Figure 3: Optical coherence tomography angiography image of an eye with neovascular age related macular degeneration (c-f). Optical coherence tomography angiogram of the outer retina shows lacy choroidal neovascularization (yellow arrow in e); the underlying choriocapillaris shows abnormal vessels below the choroidal neovascularization that appear to feed into the neovascularization (f). When compared to FA (b), neovascular network is better delineated by OCTA. Fundus photo of left eye showing choroidal neovascular membrane (a)