Course Language: English

Instructor:  Candice Frazier, CRA, OCT-c, COA | RetCam Clinical Education Specialist

Course Description:

Fluorescein angiography (FA) is a diagnostic aid to examine the circulation of the retinal blood vessels.  In pediatric eye disease, Fluorescein Angiography allows a high level view of what is happening inside the eye.

This course will cover a basic understanding of how Fluorescein Angiography and how it is performed.

Learning Objectives:
At the end of the presentation, the attendee will be able to:

  • Describe what Fluorescein Angiography is, why it is recommended, and how is it performed
  • Understand the theory of operation as it relates to RetCam imaging
  • Understand the benefits of Fluorescein Angiography
Module 1 What is Fluorescein Angiography? - Video Training
Unit 1 Introduction
Unit 2 What is FA?
Unit 3 Terms used in FA
Unit 4 Why is FA Performed
Unit 5 Theory of Operation
Unit 6 What is Fluorescein Sodium?
Unit 7 How is FA performed?
Unit 8 Phases of FA
Unit 9 FA Example Images
Unit 10 Apply Knowledge
Unit 11 References and Conclusion
Module 2 What is Fluorescein Angiography? - The Quiz
Unit 1 Certified Knowledge Quiz


To to take this course you need to be a registered member on the Vision Care Academy!