Fundus Imaging by a Microprocessor Controlled Laser Scanning Device
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Imaging and documentation of the human retina is conventionally accomplished by a photographic fundus camera, a standard commercial product for many years. Exposure procedures require high flashlight intensities — usually 10% to 100% of the maximum just be accepted for a normal eye but can cause ocular damage in pathological cases. A different method of retinal imaging by laser scanning funduscopy will be presented that overcomes the intensity problem and promises further advantages.
KeywordsFundus Image Fundus Photograph Conventional Fundus Ocular Damage Polygon Mirror
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