Figure 1



Figure 1 : 

a: evolution of the right eye based on fundus photography and spectral domain optical coherence tomography showing the course of choroidal neovascularisation, the decrease of choroidal thickness and the growth of the tumor (A) at baseline, choroidal neovascularisation (white arrow) and subretinal fluid (B) at 4 months after 4 intravitreal bevacizumab injection (C) at 3 years, absence of serous retinal detachment, growth of the tumor in temporal (white arrows) and decrease in choroidal thickness; b: evolution of the left eye based on fundus photography and spectral domain optical coherence tomography (A) calcified osteoma (B) serous retinal detachment (C) central decalcification with posterior hyperreflectivity (white arrow) (D) choroidal neovascularisation (E) recurrence of CNV (F) successful bevacizumab treatment.