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Where do they run dye for a fluorescein angiography?
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Dr. Dan Fisher
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Arm to eye
A small amount of fluoroscein is injected into the arm / hand.
The dye then travels to the retina / choroid and is monitored by looking at the back of the eye.

In brief: Arm to eye
A small amount of fluoroscein is injected into the arm / hand.
The dye then travels to the retina / choroid and is monitored by looking at the back of the eye.
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