Fluorescein angiography can be a very useful procedure for assessing retinal disease by delineating areas of involvement, guiding treatment, and formulating a prognosis for changes in the patient's vision.
In this course, retinal anatomy and physiology will be reviewed; angiographic equipment and procedures will be discussed; and cases will be presented to illustrate the value of fluorescein angiography in assessing retinal disease.
The course provides a clinical overview of angiography and retinal disease assessment. It does not present a detailed discussion of fundus/angiography camera mechanics or a step-by-step procedural technique for fluorescein angiography.
Bonnie M. Gauer, OD, MS
Company: Pacific University
CE Credits: 3
CE Format: Online text/photos
COPE ID: 12059-PS