For patients with clear media, however, OCT and fundus
fluorescein angiography (FFA) are also useful for diagnosis of PVRL and should be obtained immediately.
With the popularization of fundus
fluorescence angiography (FFA), the position of diabetic retinopathy in the diagnosis of diabetic retinopathy is gradually highlighted.
present the fluorescein angiography, fundus
autofluorescence, OCT, and electrophysiological test results in a rare case of posterior polar choroidal dystrophy.
camera market has been majorly concentrated in North America region and has now reached near saturation.
This paper aimed to assess the generic quality of the retinal images more than ever for portable fundus
camera applications in non-mydriatic ocular fundus
They want to explore how the fundus
organoids respond after being infected with H.
Oguchi disease is a rare autosomal recessive form of congenital stationary night-blindness that is characterized by a golden tapetal fundus
Among 60 patients, 30 patients had tessellated fundus
(Fig: 1), 30 patients had non-tessellated fundus
Because of its morphological, structural and functional particularity, eye fundus
represents important elements in diagnostic ophthalmology, no matter of species or examination method (Alina et al.
Caption: Figure 1: B mode TVS reveals large pyometra distending endometrial cavity with defect in anterior wall near fundus
and collection in pouch of Douglas.
Optomed provides fundus
screening and diagnostics products and solutions.
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changes in retinitis pigmentosa include waxy pallor of optic disc (black arrow), arteriolar attenuation (white arrow head) and bony spicule pigmentation (white arrow) in the mid-peripheral fundus
, which is predominantly populated by rods.
This study analyzes the efficacy of a low-cost, portable, Indian-made, nonmydriatic fundus
camera as a tool for mass screening.
In 2007, a pilot study in Cape Town evaluated the impact of mobile fundus
photography to screen for diabetic retinopathy.