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15th November 2016

Oct 26, 2016

Since the first fluorescein angiogram was performed in the late 1950’s, the significance of visualising the retinal vasculature has become increasingly well understood by eye care practitioners. This lecture will discuss the clinical relevance of established and new angiography techniques. During the first part of the lecture, Dr Assaad will outline the current role of the more invasive angiography techniques (fluorescein and indocyanine green) requiring the intravascular injection of dye. In the second part, Paula Katalinic will discuss how OCT angiography works and give practical tips on interpreting the results. Dr Assaad will then compare and contrast the three technologies and discuss the indications for each.

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