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Fundus Camera

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A fundus camera is a specialized medical device used in ophthalmology to capture detailed photographs of the retina, optic nerve head, and other structures at the back of the eye. These cameras utilize a combination of light sources, lenses, and digital imaging sensors to produce high-resolution images of the fundus. Fundus photography is essential for the diagnosis, management, and monitoring of various eye conditions, including diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration, glaucoma, and retinal detachment. Fundus cameras play a crucial role in documenting and tracking changes in the retina over time, aiding ophthalmologists in treatment planning and assessing the effectiveness of interventions. They are widely used in eye clinics, hospitals, and research settings to provide valuable insights into ocular health and disease.