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Retinal Vein Occlusion tests
Retinal Vein Occlusion

Tests could include:

  • Ophthalmoscopy is usually part of a routine eye test to screen for eye diseases. It looks at the back of the eye. The back of the eye is called the fundus. It consists of the: retina optic disc blood vessels This test may also be ordered if you h...
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  • A fluorescein angiography involves injecting a fluorescent dye into the bloodstream. The dye highlights the blood vessels in the back of the eye.
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  • An electroretinography (ERG) test, also known as an electroretinogram, measures the electrical response of the light-sensitive cells in your eyes.
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  • A visual acuity test shows how well you can see a word or symbol from a certain distance. Learn what to expect and what the results mean.
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  • Tonometry is an eye test that can detect changes in eye pressure. It can help determine if you're at risk of developing glaucoma.
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  • A venogram, also known as venography, is a test that lets your doctor see your veins on an X-ray. (Veins cannot be seen on a normal X-ray.) You’ll be injected with a liquid called “contrast dye” to make the veins visible on the X...
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