Published in Drug Week, February 6th, 2004
"Indocyanine green ocular angiography was developed more than 30 years ago, but has been used commonly for less than 10 years. In exudative age-related macular degeneration, certain cases of occult neovascularization may be converted into well-defined cases, in theory allowing treatment of more patients. Neovascularization is observed as either focal hyperfluorescence (hot spot) or diffuse hyperfluorescence (plaque)," reported J. Conrath and colleagues, La Timone Hospital, Ophthalmology Service.
"Scanning laser ophthalmoscopy imaging allows for better visualization of feeder...
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