Color fluorescein angiography has been refined by Dr. Kohji Matsui who has employed readily-available Kodak Wratten filters and Kodak film to obtain more natural fundus color, while retaining excellent excitation of fluorescein. The authors have adapted the Matsui technique to the Zeiss fundus camera to produce color fluorescein angiograms which we feel will be valuable in differentiating between true and pseudofluorescence in fluorescein angiography.
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