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Fluorescein angiography in inflammation of the peripheral fundus: the normal fluorescein angiographic pattern. I



Fluorescein angiography in inflammation of the peripheral fundus: the normal fluorescein angiographic pattern. I



Ophthalmologica 190(2): 77-82



The normal angiographic pattern of the peripheral vasculature was studied in 25 healthy individuals. There was no pathologic leakage of dye from the choroid or retina. However, small areas of choroidal nonperfusion occurred even in young persons. Vessels which never filled with fluorescein represented a common feature of the peripheral retinal vasculature. As a rule, pars plana corporis ciliaris did not stain with dye during the whole angiogram.

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