his comprehensive, heavily illustrated practical text uses a primary care focus to delineate both general patient assessment and specialty aspects of care for the practicing optometrist. Step-by-step guidelines are presented in a consistent outline format for each procedure included, along with many useful charts and tablesFIGURE 35-5. Features of a typical stand-mounted, mydriatic fundus camera, the Zeiss FK 30 (courtesy Carl Zeiss Inc). ... Generally, photographers prefer to take advantage of the high resolution of modern fundus cameras by using a lowspeed , fine-grain 35-mm film, such as Kodachrome ... Camera manuals usually give fairly accurate exposure settings. ... Some of the mydriatic cameras currently in production include the Canon CF-60U, Kowa RC-X, RC-Xf, RC-Xv, Nikon NFC- 50 andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Clinical Procedures in Optometry|
|Author||:||John F. Amos, Jimmy D. Bartlett|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 1991-01-01|