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Dynamic imaging of blood flow in the conjunctival and episcleral microcirculations of the human eye: a new chapter in diagnostic imaging?

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The human conjunctival and episcleral vessels are readily visible and afford the opportunity to examine microcirculatory rheology at higher resolution than in any other site. This has now been exploited by the techniques of anterior segment fluorescein videoangiography and haemoglobin video imaging. They offer enormous potential for understanding many systemic and ocular diseases; however, the recording of moving erythrocytes (which may be as small as 2 microns across)in an ever-moving eye presents some challenges.

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