The treatment of exudative detachments secondary to diffuse choroidal hemangiomas with low-dose fractionated ocular irradiation appears promising. In this case, such treatment was safe and effective for the short term. The potential complications include cataract formation, keratitis sicca, radiation papillopathy, and radiation retinopathy.8 With follow-up of 20 months, our patient showed an impressive resolution of the massive thickening of the choroid (8 mm to 3 mm), resolution of the associated serous detachments without evidence of recurrence, and an improvement of the vision in both eyes. We can only speculate whether earlier treatment of the right eye may have resulted in preservation of better vision in that eye. At this time she shows no complications attributable to the radiation therapy, although longer term follow-up may reveal such complications.