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An asymptomatic 14-year-old boy was incidentally found to have a “bunch-of-grapes”−like retinal lesion, consistent with a retinal cavernous hemangioma. Although typically sporadic and unilateral, these lesions can be familial and associated with cutaneous, hepatic, or intracranial hemangiomas. Vitreous hemorrhage may result from epiretinal membrane contraction and vitreous traction. Fundus photograph showing the retinal cavernous haemangioma (Fig A). Near-infrared spectroscopy (Fig B) and spectral-domain optical coherence tomography (Fig C) demonstrating the epiretinal membrane and vitreous traction.

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