Abstract

With the use of the new H6 water-cooled 1000-watt mercury arc lamp, two Polaroids, a new fast film of Weston rating 140, and a simple optical system photographs of the fundus of the eye have easily been made without the use of drugs that dilate the pupil.

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  1. Gen. Elec. Rev. 42, 46 (1939).
  2. L. J. Buttolph, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 29, 124 (1939).
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  3. E. B. Noel and R. E. Farnham, J. Soc. Mot. Pict. Eng. 31, 221 (1938).
  4. E. W. Beggs, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 29, 117 (1939).
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1939 (3)

1938 (1)

E. B. Noel and R. E. Farnham, J. Soc. Mot. Pict. Eng. 31, 221 (1938).

Beggs, E. W.

Buttolph, L. J.

Farnham, R. E.

E. B. Noel and R. E. Farnham, J. Soc. Mot. Pict. Eng. 31, 221 (1938).

Noel, E. B.

E. B. Noel and R. E. Farnham, J. Soc. Mot. Pict. Eng. 31, 221 (1938).

Gen. Elec. Rev. (1)

Gen. Elec. Rev. 42, 46 (1939).

J. Opt. Soc. Am. (2)

J. Soc. Mot. Pict. Eng. (1)

E. B. Noel and R. E. Farnham, J. Soc. Mot. Pict. Eng. 31, 221 (1938).

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Fig. 1

Optical system for illumination of the fundus.

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Fig. 2

Optical system for light emitted from the fundus.

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Fig. 3

Photograph of the fundus.