Equipment and techniques used in photographing gross lesions in the eye laboratory are described. Equipment includes that used routinely for gross examination (stereomicroscope and universal illuminator) and a 35 mm single-lens reflex camera adapted to fit the stereomicroscope. Techniques of lighting are detailed. The simplicity and facility of the method permit inexpensive and excellent photographic results with minimal expenditure of time by the ophthalmic investigator.
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