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By Maurice F. Rabb
From the collection of Maurice F. Rabb, M.D.
- Uploaded on Oct 11, 2013.
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- Idiopathic Choroidal Neovasculization
- idiopathic choroidal neovasculization (CNV)
- A thirty three year old man developed an idiopathic CNV in the right eye; the CNV was treated with Argon laser photocoagulation. The CNV recurred and was retreated two times. The CNV recurred a third time. At this time it was in a subfoveal location. The visual acuity was reduced to 20/100 (the presenting visual acuity was 20/20).