Retinal Angiography as Eye Examination

It is a classic technique of n eye exam but it is still essential to know how blood moves through the retina and choroid. What is it? It is a diagnostic technique used to evaluate ophthalmic diseases in the back of the eye (retina and choroid). It involves injecting a substance "Contrast" (Fluorescein Sodium) through the vein and see with a camer ...

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What is Fluorescein angiography

WHAT IS IT? Angiography in general is an image test that allows visualizing the blood vessels and requires substances of contrast, when circulating by them, allow the observation of their form, thickness, tracing and permeability. A fluorescein angiography is actually an angiogram but performed on the network of vessels in the fundus of the eye (r ...

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