The diagnoses most commonly missed by ophthalmologists referring patients for fluorescein angiography.


A tally of misdiagnoses in patients referred to a fluorescein angiography service disclosed that three conditions made up the majority of all misdiagnoses. These conditions were chronic branch retinal vein obstruction, old or chronic central serous choroidopathy, and retinal arterial macroaneurysms with subretinal or subhyaloid hemorrhage. These three… (More)


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