• Courtesy of Alison Skalet, MD, PhD.
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    Ocular Pathology/Oncology

    Multimodal imaging of choroidal nevi. A, B, Color fundus photographs document the tumor borders and surface appearance of 2 thin choroidal nevi. C, Fundus autofluorescence (FAF) reveals minimal RPE disturbance in the area of the choroidal lesion. D, FAF shows decreased autofluorescence centrally because of RPE loss as well as increased autofluorescence associated with more recent leakage, creating the appearance of a fluid gutter. E, Enhanced depth imaging optical coherence tomography (EDI-OCT) reveals no subretinal fluid associated with the lesion shown in parts A and C. F, EDI-OCT shows that the lesion shown in parts B and D has both numerous surface drusen and mild subretinal fluid (asterisk). G, H, B-scan ultrasonography reveals that both lesions are thin.