Eye charts to assess your vision;
Eye drops to dilate (widen) the pupils so that the back of the eye can be seen clearly. The drops may cause your vision to be temporarily blurred and sensitive to light, so consider taking someone with you;
A fluorescein angiogram may be used to help diagnosis. It is a photographic test to show the network of capillaries at the back of the eye to pinpoint the source of the trouble. To do this some dye is injected into a vein in the arm. The dye will temporarily change the color of urine, so be prepared.
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