ICG angiography is used to image choroidal vessels and detect diseases in the choroid. The choroid is a deep, vascular tissue layer behind the retina. The imaging is done by injecting a tiny amount of dye into an arm vein. Pictures of the eye are then taken with a special camera. 

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