47 year old female with mild amblyopia left eye from childhood (hypermetropia, patching as child). Hypertension. No growth. BCVA 1,0/0,8. Fundus photo, FFA/ICG, ultrasound and OCT pictured. Diagnosis? Next step? Treatment/plan?

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Well defined solid mass lesion temporal to fovea USG shows internal reflectivity (vascular lesion) it seems it is Choroidal hemangioma

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Raised circumscribed orange mass with high internal reflectivity on usg and coarse vasculature on icg suggests choroidal hemangioma. As it isn't affecting fovea, observation should be done. If causing any problem, PDT can be done.

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BRACH C R V O WITH CSME MAY NEED INTRAVITREAL AVESTON INJECTION

amelanotic choroidal melanoma.

CSCR?

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circumscribed choroidal haemangioma

Choroidal hemangioma

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Choroidal haemangioma

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Choroidal haemangioma

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