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Kinetic vitreous fluorophotometry in normals and noninsulin-dependent diabetics.

Kinetic vitreous fluorophotometry was performed up to five hours after intravenous injection of fluorescein in seven normal subjects and seven noninsulin-dependent diabetic patients without retinopathy. The leakage of fluorescein into the vitreous was measured, and fluorescein dynamics were assessed after correction for the most important artifacts. A detailed description of the movements of fluorescein between the blood and the chambers of the eye across the blood-ocular barriers was obtained in normal and diabetic eyes. The diabetic population could be differentiated best from the normal one with vitreous fluorophotometry measurements performed close to the retina-choroid one hour after injection.[1]

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  1. Kinetic vitreous fluorophotometry in normals and noninsulin-dependent diabetics. Cunha-Vaz, J.G., Zeimer, R., Wong, W.P., Kiani, R. Ophthalmology (1982) [Pubmed]
 
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