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Article
July 1991

Vitreous Photography With a + 90-Diopter Double Aspheric Preset Lens vs the El Bayadi—Kajiura Preset Lens

Author Affiliations

From the Eye Research Institute and Retina Associates, Boston, Mass.

Arch Ophthalmol. 1991;109(7):962-965. doi:10.1001/archopht.1991.01080070074038
Abstract

• Two fundus lenses, a 90-diopter pre-set lens and a 58.6-diopter El Bayadi-Kajiura lens, were compared. The lenses were evaluated with regard to their optics, magnification, field of view, and photographic usefulness in photographing the posterior vitreous. The 90-diopter lens provided a wider field of view but lower magnification. Both lenses permitted high-quality vitreous photographs through the slit lamp, but the 90-diopter lens allowed photographs to be taken through small pupils and some lens opacities.

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