Ophthalmic imagers play an important role in detecting or documenting pathologic findings that support diagnosis of a variety of ocular conditions. Although arriving at a diagnosis is the purview of the physicians we work for, we are often the first member of the eyecare team to detect abnormalities or suspect a particular diagnosis based on what we see through the viewfinder of our instruments. We get to see and document some amazing things!
Armed with knowledge of ocular anatomy, physiology, and common eye findings we are able to adapt our imaging strategy to capture the best images that will lead to an accurate diagnosis. The cases collected here will represent those that benefit from documentation by multiple imaging modalities.