Posts filed under: Ophthalmic

Why an Eye Exam Should Include a Fundus Camera

If an eye exam is completed without the help of a fundus camera (also called a retinal camera), then the exam cannot be considered comprehensive. It is only when the retina is viewed in detail and the images are stored […]

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Must Have Ophthalmic Equipment for the Modern Lab

Healthcare-related technology is constantly improving every day, and breakthroughs are being made in all industries because of it. The ophthalmic/optometry field is no exception. With modern ophthalmic equipment, optometrists and ophthalmologists are able to greatly improve their accuracy while maximizing […]

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