Abstract A prototype of a wide-angle ophthalmoscope that will allow viewing the entire retina in a single image is described. The principles determining the design of a wide-angle ophthalmoscope are discussed. Photographs are presented, taken in experimental animals, of the aerial image of the fundus as visualized with this instrument. References 1. Hovland KR, Elzeneiny IH, Schepens CL: Clinical evaluation of the small-pupil binocular indirect ophthalmoscope . Arch Ophthal 82:466-474, 1969.Crossref 2. Pomerantzeff O, Fish H, Govignon J: A wideangle mathematical model of the eye . Ann Ophthal 3:82-117, 1971.
Archives of Ophthalmology – American Medical Association
Published: Oct 1, 1971
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