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Fundus Camera

A fundus camera is a specialized medical device used to photograph the interior surface of the eye, including the retina, optic disc, macula, and blood vessels. This imaging technique is known as fundus photography and is commonly used in ophthalmology for the diagnosis, documentation, and management of various eye conditions and diseases.

Eye fundus cameras typically consist of a camera mounted on a microscope-like stand with adjustable settings for focusing and capturing images of the eye. The camera is equipped with specialized optics and filters to illuminate the interior of the eye and capture high-resolution images of the fundus.

During a fundus photography session, the patient's pupils are dilated to allow for better visualization of the retina. The patient is then positioned in front of the wide field fundus camera, and the operator adjusts the settings to focus on the area of interest. A series of images may be captured to document different regions of the retina and to monitor changes over time.

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Why Fundus Photography?

Fundus photography is valuable for diagnosing and monitoring various eye conditions, including diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, glaucoma, retinal detachments, and other retinal disorders. The images captured by the fundus camera provide detailed information about the health of the retina and help ophthalmologists in treatment planning and disease management.

Retinal fundus cameras play a crucial role in ophthalmic practice by enabling non-invasive imaging of the retina and facilitating early detection and management of eye diseases.

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