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Multifocal choroiditis and punctate inner choroidopathy cause scattered acute chorioretinal lesions in the fundus. Secondary choroidal neovascularization and, more rarely, diffuse subretinal fibrosis without obvious neovascularization are associated with both syndromes and cause severe visual loss. Both disorders are of unknown etiology and have many similarities. It is our purpose to present four such cases with emphasis on their fluorescein and indocyanine green angiographic appearance. Wepmid:10546386 fatcat:skh3ejm3h5ge3mu6iwawyqljju