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Figure 1: Atypical PCV in a 50-year-old lady. Initial presentation of the patient with tubular serous retinal detachment at the macula (a), with a double-humped PED on OCT (b), early (c) and late (d) phase FFA showing blocked fluorescence and no detectable polyp on ICGA (e, f). Five days later, the patient showed subhyaloid and subretinal hemorrhage (g), with OCT showing large thumb-shaped PED with fluid (h)

Figure 1: Atypical PCV in a 50-year-old lady. Initial presentation of the patient with tubular serous retinal detachment at the macula (a), with a double-humped PED on OCT (b), early (c) and late (d) phase FFA showing blocked fluorescence and no detectable polyp on ICGA (e, f). Five days later, the patient showed subhyaloid and subretinal hemorrhage (g), with OCT showing large thumb-shaped PED with fluid (h)