- Choroidal Neovascularization (CNV) in the macula is one of several sight-threatening complications in high myopia. Myopia is also the most common cause of CNV in young individuals accounting for 60% of CNV in patients younger than 50 years of age1
- This week’s case highlights the very early detection of macula CNV in the left eye of a patient with high myopia. Treatment with anti-VEGF agents was successful initially and VA remained at the 20/20 for almost a year but then declined.
- Click Next and view a panoramic fly through about a year after the initial diagnosis and treatment.