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Article
December 1973

A New Apparatus for Video Tape Recording of Fluorescein Angiograms

Author Affiliations

Los Angeles; Burbank, Calif; Los Angeles
From the departments of photography and medical illustration (Mr. Yuhasz) and fluorescein angiography (Dr. Akashi), Estelle Doheny Eye Foundation, Los Angeles; the Department of Ophthalmology, University of Southern California School of Medicine, Los Angeles (Dr. Akashi); Urban Engineering Co., Burbank, Calif (Mr. Urban); and Carl Zeiss, Inc., Los Angeles (Mr. Mueller).

Arch Ophthalmol. 1973;90(6):481-484. doi:10.1001/archopht.1973.01000050481017
Abstract

The application of a new miniaturized television camera, beam splitter, and optical relay in conjuction with the Zeiss retinal camera for recording and taping fluorescein angiograms is presented. There are advantages to television over conventional photography: rapid replay of angiography tapes for evaluation and Polaroid abstraction is easily accomplished. The use of computer enhancement of data in available electrical form is suggested. Tapes are easily filed and recovered for recording and teaching purposes.

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