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High-speed ICG Videoangiography
Michael P. Kelly, Duke Eye Center, Durham, NC

 

Feeder Vessel: observe the large-caliber feeder vessel with a multitude of branching arterioles forming the extending vascular complex. (1.7 MB)


RAP: Retinal angiomatous proliferation is a distinct subset of choroidal neovascularization. High-speed ICG angiography reveals the filling of a branching retinal arteriole, followed by a draining retinal venule. The filling of the vascular complex between the arteriole and venule then becomes apparent. (3.3 MB)

 

PCV: Polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy is best visualized using high-speed ICG angiography. During the ICG angiogram small hyperfluorescent polyps become visible within the choroid. (6.1 MB)

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