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How should I use AK-Fluor?

Since the dye Ak-Fluor is administered by your healthcare provider at the office or clinic to help diagnose potential problems in your eyes, you will not have to worry about how to use it. The dye will be injected intravenously and will highlight the blood vessels in your eyes. It will allow your doctor to track the flow of blood in the retina and choroid to locate any trouble spots. You should not experience any unusual pain, although the injection may leave your skin slightly yellow and your urine bright yellow for a day or so. If you have any questions or concerns about AK-Fluor, consult your doctor or healthcare provider.

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