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Fluorescein Angiography


Fluorescein angiography is a study that visualizes retinal blood vessels in real-time using a special contrast dye and a camera for imaging (fundus camera). The contrast substance, called fluorescein, is injected into the venous system, from where it enters the blood vessels of the eye for seconds. By capturing certain periods, an impression is made of the state of the retina and of a number of pathological conditions. The use of fluorescein angiography is predominantly in diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, venous and arterial occlusions, inflammatory and degenerative diseases of the retina.

In our clinic use the last model fundus camera Cannon CX-1.

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