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It is a potential cause of central visual loss. It has been treated with macular surgery, laser photocoagulation or photodynamic therapy. We report a case of CNV secondary to ONHD in a 5-year-old child, successfully treated with a single injection of ranibizumab over a 12 months follow-up period. This observation let us think that these neovascular membranes are particularly sensitive to anti-VEGF treatments. An English translator has checked the whole manuscript.
As corresponding Author, I had full access to all the data in the study and take responsibility for the integrity of the data and the accuracy of the data analysis as well as the decision to submit for publication.
This work received no funding, and the authors have no financial or proprietary interest in it. All listed authors have signed the authorship form.
We remain at your disposal should you or the editorial board have any suggestions or questions. It has been treated with macular surgery [2, 3], laser 5 6 photocoagulation  or photodynamic therapy . We report a case of CNV secondary to 7 8 9 ONHD successfully treated with a single injection of ranibizumab over a 1 year of follow-up.
Anterior segment examinations were normal. Funduscopy revealed bilateral elevated 21 22 and irregular optic disk margins and, superotemporal to the left optic disc, a brownish lesion 23 24 surrounded by subretinal haemorrhages with a serous detachment of the retina reaching the 25 26 27 macular area Figure 1A.
Ultrasonography detected bilateral deep calcium deposits in the optic disks 32 33 Figure 1B. After 34 35 36 discussion with the family regarding the off label character of anti-VEGF injections in this 37 38 case, we obtained an informed consent to treat their child.
The patient underwent an 39 40 intravitreal ranibizumab injection 0. No recurrence was observed over a month 48 49 follow-up period Figures 2C, D. Very few 59 60 injections were needed. Injections were 1 2 combined with laser photocoagulation of the CNV . The combination was successful but 3 4 did not allow determining the relative contribution of bevacizumab to the final outcome.