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    Retina/Vitreous

    Fluorescein angiography is also very sensitive in detecting fronds of neovascularization that leak profusely during the course of the angiogram. Note the dark, hypofluorescent patches (arrows) associated with the neovascular fronds, indicative of ischemia.