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Indocyanine green fluorescence angiography of the choroid.
  1. A Craandijk and
  2. C A Van Beek

    Abstract

    Indocyanine green fluorescence (ICG) angiography of the choroid gives better visualization of the choroidal vessels than does fluorescein angiography. We found that the detachment of the pigment epithelium seems bigger on ICG than on fluorescein angiograms, and pigmented lesions are more clearly delineated.

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