Category Archives: Retina imaging

Roth Spots, Case presentation, causes, examination and management

Roth spots case report A 46-year-old man presented with a four-week history of progressive bilateral visual loss. He also reported malaise, fever, anorexia, and night sweats, and had lost 14 kg in weight. He denied any history of exposure to HIV-related risk factors. Visual acuities at presentation were 6/36 in each eye with quiet anterior […]

Retinal imaging by your smartphone

Smartphone Fundus Camera : Retinal imaging by your smartphone

The most critical aspect of eye care practice is the Fundus examination. Fundus photography is superior to fundus analysis as it enables intraocular pathologies to be photo captured and encrypted information to be shared with colleagues and patients. Recent technologies allow smartphone-based attachments and integrated lens adaptors to transform the smartphone into a portable fundus […]

retina imaging by fundus Explorer

How to get Choroida fundus explorer

To get choroida fundus explorer, just follow these few steps:  1.Visit choroida.com and choose choroida innovative products. 2.Choose Fundus Explorer suitable with indirect fundus lenses. 3.From the lens list, choose between two options (with built-in 22D lens or without lens). 4.From the compatibility list, choose which lens you want your device to be compatible with […]

Best 5 ways for retinal photography

Retinal Cameras Pros Digital images High Quality Different modes to view different retinal areas Good with hazy media Cons Very Expensive Needs DSLR Camera body to get digital images Not portable Needs skills and training Some types needs dilatation of pupil “Mydriatic types” Portable retinal devices Pros Portable Non mydriatic Digital images stored on the […]

Retinal imaging by smartphone

Fundus examination is the most important part of eye care practice. The fundus photography is superior to the fundus examination as it allows for photo documentation of intraocular pathologies and for sharing of encrypted information with colleagues and patients. Traditional and portable fundus cameras are being used by ophthalmologists for this purpose. In recent times, […]

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