Fundus photography (autofluorescence) and optical coherence tomography (OCT) images after almost 6 years of follow-up. Left eye received intravitreal ranibizumab injections (loading dose during first three months, followed by treatment PRN) (May 2014). (A, A’) fundus autofluorescence, (B, B’) fluorescein angiography, (C, C’) B-scan OCT; (D, D’) En face OCT; (A, B, C, D) right eye; (A’, B’, C’, D’) left eye. Angioid streaks and choroidal neovascularization were visible in both eyes, while full posterior pole retinal involvement was observable only in the right eye (A, B, C, D). In RE the extension of the scar was observable in en face scan (D) (black arrowhead). The LE B-scan OCT shows the neovascularization scar in the subfoveal region with external limiting membrane (ELM) and inner/outer photoreceptor junction preservation. The neuroretinal layers are observable over the lesion with no signs of inflammation. The B-scan and the en face OCT images (C’, D’) show the presence of outer retinal tabulation (ORT) along the posterior pole lesion (black arrows) that are generally observed in chronic disease with retinal rearrangement.