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Optical coherence tomography angiography (OCTA) is a non-invasive way for your physician to visualize the vascular structures of your retina. With OCT-A, high definition digital images of the blood vessels can be obtained in seconds and analyzed immediately thereafter. Images can be obtained as often as needed to track disease progression and treatment response. Unlike traditional fluorescein angiography (FA), which requires an injection of dye into a vein in the arm, no dye injection is needed for OCT-A. Your physician can determine which diagnostic test will be the most appropriate and useful in assessing your retinal condition.
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Mid Atlantic Retina is made up of top Wills Eye Physicians, known for being the best retina doctors in the country. To seek further retina information and personalized care from a board-certified retinal specialist, make an appointment at one of our convenient locations in the Pennsylvania, Delaware, or the New Jersey area. Our specialists offer the most advanced treatments for adult and pediatric retinal diseases, and we pride ourselves on providing all of our patients with the highest level of care. This includes efficient diagnostics and the latest in treatments and procedures, with state-of-the-art services tailored to your needs.
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