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Wide-Field Fundus Imaging Using the Optos Optomap and a Disposable Eyelid Speculum

Wide-Field Fundus Imaging Using the Optos Optomap and a Disposable Eyelid Speculum NEW INSTRUMENT Wide-Field Fundus Imaging Using the Optos Optomap and a Disposable Eyelid Speculum Maiko Inoue, MD; Akihiko Yanagawa, MD; Shin Yamane, MD; Akira Arakawa, MD; Yuko Kawai, MD; Kazuaki Kadonosono, MD he EzSpec (a disposable eyelid speculum recently designed for intravitreal injections) is a useful device for removing eyelash artifacts and for potentially increasing the sen- sitivity of the Optos Optomap system, thereby improving the detection of retinal lesions. T JAMA Ophthalmol. 2013;131(2):226-227 The Optos Optomap consists of a scan- the fundus images without any complica- ning laser ophthalmoscope that can ob- tions, such as pain or dislocation during the tain images without mydriasis. This photography (Figure 2B). One problem is imaging system was designed to provide that the EzSpec is not reusable, and its cost a 200 field of the retina. Consequently, is relatively high (¥1200, which is about the wide-field fundus photography en- $15). However, the present results showed abled by this system can provide images that the EzSpec is a useful device for re- of sufficient retinal area to document a va- moving eyelash artifacts and for poten- riety of retinal lesions, such as retinal tears, tially increasing the sensitivity of the Op- retinal detachment, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Ophthalmology American Medical Association

Wide-Field Fundus Imaging Using the Optos Optomap and a Disposable Eyelid Speculum

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American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright 2013 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
2168-6165
eISSN
2168-6173
DOI
10.1001/jamaophthalmol.2013.750
pmid
23411888
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Abstract

NEW INSTRUMENT Wide-Field Fundus Imaging Using the Optos Optomap and a Disposable Eyelid Speculum Maiko Inoue, MD; Akihiko Yanagawa, MD; Shin Yamane, MD; Akira Arakawa, MD; Yuko Kawai, MD; Kazuaki Kadonosono, MD he EzSpec (a disposable eyelid speculum recently designed for intravitreal injections) is a useful device for removing eyelash artifacts and for potentially increasing the sen- sitivity of the Optos Optomap system, thereby improving the detection of retinal lesions. T JAMA Ophthalmol. 2013;131(2):226-227 The Optos Optomap consists of a scan- the fundus images without any complica- ning laser ophthalmoscope that can ob- tions, such as pain or dislocation during the tain images without mydriasis. This photography (Figure 2B). One problem is imaging system was designed to provide that the EzSpec is not reusable, and its cost a 200 field of the retina. Consequently, is relatively high (¥1200, which is about the wide-field fundus photography en- $15). However, the present results showed abled by this system can provide images that the EzSpec is a useful device for re- of sufficient retinal area to document a va- moving eyelash artifacts and for poten- riety of retinal lesions, such as retinal tears, tially increasing the sensitivity of the Op- retinal detachment,

Journal

JAMA OphthalmologyAmerican Medical Association

Published: Feb 1, 2013

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