Detection of drusen and early signs of age-related maculopathy using a nonmydriatic camera and a standard fundus camera.

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PURPOSE The study was designed to compare the severity of age-related maculopathy as graded from photographs taken using three different techniques. METHODS Two methods of nonstereoscopic 45 degrees retinal photography of the macula (through a nonpharmacologically dilated pupil and through a pharmacologically dilated pupil) were compared with results from… (More)

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@article{Klein1992DetectionOD, title={Detection of drusen and early signs of age-related maculopathy using a nonmydriatic camera and a standard fundus camera.}, author={Ron Klein and Stacy M. Meuer and Scot E. Moss and Barbara E. Klein}, journal={Ophthalmology}, year={1992}, volume={99 11}, pages={1686-92} }