Learning to perform fundus photography can be challenging and interesting. This interactive module will take you through a historical overview of the development of the fundus camera, teach you about the ocular structures and guide you through different models of fundus cameras. It will also cover common artifacts and the actions required to correct them. You will control the speed at which you learn by moving your mouse cursor around to explore pages, listen to recorded explanations and move labels or click on images to answer practice questions. At the end of this module you should have a basic understanding of ocular anatomy, be familiar with camera functions and be able to trouble shoot problems.
Provided by OPS
Faculty: Kirsten Locke, RN, CRA, FOPS
(Introduction to Fundus Photography: An Interactive Guide for Beginners Using Mydriatic Cameras)
Credits: 2 JCAHPO Group A, 2 OPS CEC (1:1)