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    Fibrovascular pigment epithelium detachment in patient with occult or ill-defined choroidal neovascularization. (A) In addition to numerous drusen covering posterior pole there is a large, irregular area of punctuate fluorescence. Note blocked fluorescence (due to blood under sensory retina) at edge of this area. (B) Same patient, late phase. There is a poorly defined leakage of fluorescein dye from numerous areas of lesion. No classic neovascular pattern is seen. Neovasculization presumably extends over the entire area of the lesion.