Image of the Month
A Ball of Fire
Aleksandra Jones | | Quick Read
The MultiColor scanning laser doesn’t take traditional fundus images, but it can show structures with pathologies not visible when using ophthalmoscopy and fundus photography. Three individual laser wavelengths: blue, green, and infrared, are simultaneously captured to create the image. This iris image was taken a couple of weeks after the patient’s YAG laser peripheral iridotomy.
Credit: Stephanie Moolman, Ophthalmic Photographer/Technician, South Africa
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