At examination under anesthesia, external examination findings and intraocular pressures were normal. Indirect ophthalmoscopy of the right eye showed ONH, an abnormal retinal vascular branching pattern, and no foveal light reflex. Extraretinal fibrovascular proliferation was noted in the superior midperiphery. The left eye displayed ONH, a superior falciform fold, 5 clock hours of circumferential extraretinal fibrovascular proliferation, and vitreous condensations between the peripheral retina and lens (Figure 1). No fibrous stalk emanated from the disc or along the crest of the falciform fold. Fluorescein angiography of the right eye confirmed areas of neovascularization superotemporally and superonasally as well as extensive peripheral nonperfusion superiorly with relatively normal perfusion inferiorly. Fluorescein angiography of the left eye revealed extensive peripheral nonperfusion and leakage corresponding to extraretinal fibrovascular proliferation (Figure 2). Ultrasonography documented small retrobulbar optic nerves bilaterally. At this time, surgical repair of the retinal detachment in the left eye was performed, consisting of vitrectomy, lensectomy, membranectomy, and scleral buckle placement. Laser photocoagulation of the nonperfused retina was performed in the right eye to induce regression of proliferative retinopathy.