Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Fundus Photography - PDR & Asteroid Hyalosis

This is a composite of two fundus images taken of THE SAME patient, a 39 yr. old African female. The left image is ocular dexter and the right image is ocular sinister. I just thought the differences between the two were pretty interesting.

The right eye(left image) shows proliferative diabetic retinopathy(PDR), while the left eye(right image) shows extreme asteroid hyalosis.

ZEISS Fundus Camera

Fundus Photography - Optic Disc

This is just me messing around during free time at work. This is a triple composite. First, the background is a composite of all of the disc photos I have shot since working at the WFUBMC Eye Center. Then I put a fundus image of an optic disc with papilledema in front of that and masked some areas.

This is actually super corny, and I am usually against stuff like this. But whatever.

All shot on ZEISS Fundus Camera

Fundus Photography - Malignant Melanoma

Sorry for the delay in posting, it has been very busy at my internship, and I have been trying to sort everything out for graduation as well.

Anyways, here is an image of a malignant melanoma attached to the retina of the right eye in a 20 yr. old
Caucasian male. Another was found in the left eye, but was about 1/20th the size of this one. If you look close enough you can really see the detail within this tumor. The retina itself is out of focus, but only because I wanted focus on the tumor.

ZEISS Fundus Camera