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Article
June 1968

Retinal Fluorescence Angiography of the Rhesus Monkey

Author Affiliations

Brooks AFB, Tex
From the branches of biodynamics and ophthalmology, US Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine, Aerospace Medical Division, Air Force Systems Command, Brooks Air Force Base, Tex.

Arch Ophthalmol. 1968;79(6):768-774. doi:10.1001/archopht.1968.03850040770021
Abstract

The details of a successful technique for fluorescence angiography of the rhesus monkey's fundus are outlined. The angiographic pattern in this primate is quite similar to that of man, thus making the rhesus monkey an excellent experimental animal for retinal and choroidal circulation studies. The dynamics of normal retinal and choroidal circulation can best be appreciated with rapid sequence photography. Initial arterial, choroidal, venous, and capillary phases are followed by second arterial, choroidal, venous, and capillary phases, which are assumed to represent recirculation.

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