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Choroidal Osteoma [18-yr old male]

8 September 2023
  • Choroidal Osteoma [18-yr old male]
  • Choroidal Osteoma [18-yr old male]
  • WF 133° magnified image of the macula
    Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.
  • WF 133° magnified image of the macula
    Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.

Figures A & B

WF 133° magnified image of the macula. A reddishorange tumor is seen at the posterior pole. No abnormality observed in the fellow eye.

OCT image through the fovea. The tumor is located within the choroid, and the retina is compressed anteriorly

Choroidal Osteoma [18-yr old male]

OCT image through the fovea. The tumor is located within the choroid, and the retina is compressed anteriorly
Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.
Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.

Figure C

An OCT image through the fovea. The tumor is located within the choroid, and the retina is compressed anteriorly.

  • Choroidal Osteoma [18-yr old male]
  • 3 × 3 mm OCT angiography of the macula

    Choroidal Osteoma [18-yr old male]

    3 × 3 mm OCT angiography of the macula
    Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.
    Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.
  • 3 × 3 mm OCT angiography of the macula

    Choroidal Osteoma [18-yr old male]

    3 × 3 mm OCT angiography of the macula
    Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.
    Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.

Figures D & E

A 3 × 3 mm OCT angiography of the macula. CVN occurring.  

Ultrasound B-mode image. The lesion shows hyperintense reflections and an acoustic shadow behind it.
Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.

Figure F

Ultrasound B-mode image. The lesion shows hyperintense reflections and an acoustic shadow behind it.

CT image. Tumors in the posterior pole of the eye are rendered with the same luminance as bone
Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.

Figure G

CT image. Tumors in the posterior pole of the eye are rendered with the same luminance as bone.


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