Photography of the retina has been an important tool for managing retinal disorders for almost a hundred years. Along with the sketches made by the doctor, retinal photographs allow an accurate recording of the disease process and treatment responses. The advent of digital photography and computerised archiving have made this important tool more accessible and useful than ever.
Optomap Retinal Imaging
Optomap imaging offers unparalleled view of your retina by using scanning lasers to obtain images. The resulting photograph shows a very wide field of view, allowing your entire retina to be examined at once. This technology can also be used for fluorescein angiography, complementing conventional angiography with the benefit of a more complete peripheral coverage.