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Fundus Fluorescein Angiography (FFA)

This is where a yellow dye is injection into a vein in the arm, which travels through the blood vessels to the back of the eye. As the dye reaches the back of the eye, several pictures are taken with a special camera. This gives us more information about the blood supply to suspicious areas at the back of the eye.