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    Angiography within anterior imaging

    ‘Gold standard’ technique is not straightforward, taking images requires care

    The purpose of corneal angiography is to locate the blood vessels within the cornea and evaluate their condition. The ‘gold standard’ technique used to do this is anterior segment colour imaging, but it is not straightforward and the images acquired are often of poor quality.

    Consequently, Dr Martin Hodson of the St Paul’s Eye Unit, Liverpool, started using dyes to improve the imaging of corneal neovascularisation. After seven years of experience he is well placed to share his expertise and gave a presentation entitled ‘Angiography Within Anterior Imaging’ during the joint Ophthalmic Imaging Association and Ophthalmic Photography Netherlands photographic and imaging session at the European Society of Ophthalmology meeting in Barcelona in June.

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