• We use a technique for anterior segment fluorescein angiography that employs an unmodified retinal fundus camera. Examples of conjunctival, corneal, iris, anterior chamber angle, and posterior chamber fluorescein angiograms are illustrated. The advantages of this method include rapid-sequence exposures, high resolution and contrast for small vessel detail, time/frame recordings, and the dual capability of retinal and anterior segment fluoroangiography with use of the same camera.
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