Mean central retinal thickness (CRT) at baseline was 325.6 μm (range, 255-394 μm). At the last check, mean CRT reduction was 41.6 μm (range, 54-20 μm), with a mean thickness of 299.6 μm (range, 218-340 μm) (Table 2). Best-corrected VA (BCVA) at baseline ranged from 10/160 to 10/16. Baseline BCVA in patient 1 was 10/50 and reached a value of 10/16 3 months later. At the beginning of the study, patients 2 and 5 (treated with PDT) had BCVAs of 10/160 and 10/100, respectively. One week after IVB injection, their BCVAs increased to 10/100 and 10/25, respectively, and this result was stable up to the end of follow-up. One week after the injection, the BCVA of patient 3 increased from 10/32 to 10/22; at the end of the follow-up (6 months), his BCVA further improved to 10/16. The BCVA of patient 4 quickly improved from 10/16 to 10/10. This patient was monitored for 9 months, and at the last follow-up check, his BCVA was 10/12.5 (Table 2).