An Experimental Investigation of the Effect of 1.06 Micrometers Laser Light on the Transparent Ocular Media.
Final rept. 1975-1977,
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A unique camera attachment for a Zeiss Slit Lamp is described. The purpose of the camera is to provide a means of quantifying changes in the scattering properties of the lens. The film plane is tilted at an angle to the axis of the biomicroscope to permit sharp imagery of the entire illuminated cross section of the cornea and lens. A photographic step wedge is included in the film plane and is illuminated by a sample of the slit beam after passing through the microscope and camera optics. Typical photographs are presented. Author
- Anatomy and Physiology