Diagnostic Testing

  • Fundus Photography: Photograph of the 30-50 degrees of the macula (the central vision area of the retina at the back of the eye) and the optic nerve head.
  • Ultra-widefield Imaging:
    Photography of a 200 degree field of view, which is approximately 80% of the retina in a single view.
  • Fundus Autofluorescence (FAF): A non-invasive imaging modality utilizing a deeper penetrating light that focuses on the fluorescent properties of different pigments in the retina to help retina specialists view various disease processes. No X-rays are used during
    this test.
  • Fluorescein Angiography (FA): A yellow colored dye that glows in visible light is injected into the arm and travels through the eye
    allowing a special digital camera to take images to identify areas of leaking or damage to the blood vessels that nourish the retina. No X-rays are used during this test.
  • Indocyanine Green Angiograpy (ICGA): A green dye that illuminates with infrared light is injected into the arm and travels through the eye allowing a special digital camera to take images to identify areas of leaking or damage to the choroidal vessels that nourish the back part of the retina. No X-rays are used during this test.
  • Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT): A non-invasive imaging, rapid technique that utilizes light to provide high-resolution cross sectional images of the structures of the macula (the central vision area of the retina).
  • Optical Coherence Tomographic Angiography (OCTA): A new, non-invasive imaging technique that utilizes motion contrast
    imaging to create high-resolution images of blood flow through the retinal and choroidal blood vessels without the use of injectable dyes.
  • Ultrasonography: A diagnostic technique utilizing sound waves to examine the eye.
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