Eye angiography

Retinal angiography is one of the methods of imaging in ophthalmology in this method, by ‎intravenous injection of a specific colored substance called fluorescein. Blood flow in the retina is ‎examined ‎


The purpose of this photo

In the process of diagnosis and treatment of retinal diseases Angiography is an important ‎particular method.‎


Actions before the photo

The patient is advised by a hospital nurse for cardiovascular and renal diseases, history of dyspnea ‎and asthma, and drug allergies and if needed patient referred to the physician for permission.‎

The pupillary droplet drops in two eyes (mydrax), so that the pupils are completely opened and the ‎eye is ready‏.‏



First, patient information is entered into the device and the patient is asked to place his/her chin ‎and forehead at the specified location blink and then After taking a safe vessel from the patient's ‎hand,‎‏ ‏patient looks at the target dot in the center of the circles. In the next step, the nurse ‎performs injections of fluorescein and the optometrist started taking pictures at different times.‎



This imaging method requires the informed written consent of the patient due to injection of‏ ‏fluorescein ampoules. Although this imaging technique does not endanger seriously. A slight ‎change in the color of the face or the color of the urine may develop, which will disappear after a ‎short time drinking enough water and fluids will help to resolve this problem. A very small ‎percentage of people may experience dizziness and partial nausea during testing.‎


Place and hours of doing

Every day, except holidays, from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm

The duration of the test for both eyes is approximately 15 minutes.‎

The main building of the hospital - the second floor - angiography room