Posts filed under: Ophthalmic

5 Most Important Features to Consider When Buying a Slit Lamp

Coburn recommends looking into these five important factors to be considered when researching slit lamps – illumination, magnification power, slit width/length, filter capabilities and light source. Whether you’re in the market for a new slit lamp, or upgrading from an […]

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Advantages of Adding a Camera to Your Slit Lamp

Advantages of Adding a Camera to Your Slit Lamp Slit lamps are becoming ubiquitous in optometrist and ophthalmologist offices. This piece of equipment provides eye doctors with a detailed, up-close view of the eyeball, and the fine detail allows detection […]

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6 Things to Consider When Buying Ophthalmic Lane Equipment

Whether you are replacing your old ophthalmic lane equipment or starting fresh, it’s important to evaluate a few important areas to figure out which equipment best fits your needs. Of course there are plenty of concerns to think about, but […]

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6 Diseases Digital Retinal Imaging Can Help Detect Sooner

The eyes are the window to the soul, and the retina is the window to a diagnosis. Digital retinal imaging offers detailed views of the retina, making it easier to detect disease. Early eye disease detection helps ensure that the […]

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When Do Insurance Companies Consider Fundus Photography Medically Necessary?

The year 2020 shows great advancements in fundus photography for treating eye conditions, yet many insurance companies still have strict policies in place concerning medical necessity and coverage. When is fundus photography considered medically necessary? Understanding the qualifying diagnoses can […]

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