Ophthalmic Imaging

Ophthalmic imaging is a highly specialized form of medical imaging dedicated to the study and treatment of disorders of the eye. It covers a wide range of scope of photographic services that incorporates many aspects of commercial and medical photography. But it is through the use of highly specialized equipment used to document parts of the eye like the cornea, iris, and retina, that ophthalmic photography takes on it's true identity.

The retina is the "film" of the eye. Images passing through the clear structures of the cornea and lens are focused there to give us our view of the world. Special instruments called fundus cameras, when used by skilled photographers, can document the condition of this miraculous anatomical structure.

Ophthalmic imaging has played an important role in the documentation and diagnosis of various ophthalmic diseases. Ocular photography is used to record medical conditions, track disease progression and create illustrations for publication and education. The primary role of ophthalmic imaging however, goes well beyond documentation in its ability to aid in the diagnosis of a broad range of eye conditions

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•        Anteroposterior view (AP)

•        Lateral view

•        Oblique view in X rays

•        Adduction

•        Extension of Limb

•        Flexion

•        Lateral decubitus

•        Prone

•        Recumbent 

  • Optical Coherence Tomography
  • ICG Angiography
  • Stereo Imaging
  • Monochromatic Retinal Photography

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