The Illinois College of Optometry has installed a new Eidon Wide-Field Camera in the Illinois Eye Institute. The camera could become a permanent fixture in the clinic after a trial period. It offers a range of benefits over traditional fundus photography. Explains Dr. Michael Chaglasian, the Eidon Wide-Field Camera is an “excellent, easy to use” imager that can produce “quality images of small pupils through cataracts.” By bringing these innovations to our patients, we continue to offer the best possible vision care.
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