Effective and accurate screening for diabetic retinopathy using a 60° mydriatic fundus camera

@article{Carmichael2005EffectiveAA,
  title={Effective and accurate screening for diabetic retinopathy using a 60° mydriatic fundus camera},
  author={T. Carmichael and G. Carp and N. Welsh and W. Kalk},
  journal={Journal of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Diabetes of South Africa},
  year={2005},
  volume={10},
  pages={11 - 15}
}
Objectives. To establish whether an experienced endocrinologist could screen accurately for diabetic retinopathy using mydriatic 60° fundus photographs compared with a reference standard, viz. the combined highest scores of two experienced ophthalmologists. Design. Retrospective review of 60° colour transparency photographs taken over a 6-year period. Retinopathy was graded in a standardised way. Setting. Patients attending the diabetic clinic at Johannesburg Hospital, South Africa. Subjects… Expand
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