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July 1971

Television Ophthalmoscopy: Instrumentation and Medical Applications.

Arch Ophthalmol. 1971;86(1):122-123. doi:10.1001/archopht.1971.01000010124027

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This book is unique in that it is the first to deal exclusively with television ophthalmoscopy, a new and virtually untested tool for study of the ophthalmic fundus. With the increasing complexity of various scientific disciplines, there is a growing need for a source of information to bridge the gap which separates workers in different fields who have a common interest. Thus, this book is not exclusively for ophthalmologists who wish to know more about television electronic hardware and how to adapt it to their needs. It also is directed to electronic technicians who do not understand the special problems and limitations which the human eye imposes on television equipment for development of an electronic image of the fundus.

It is apparent that television ophthalmoscopy is particularly suitable for repetitive and detailed analysis of fundus images, immediate, simultaneous presentation of fundus findings to a large audience, and a simple method

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