Apart from the standard instrumentation found in most eye doctors' practices, Prof. Findl uses a high resolution digital camera to take photographs of the front and back parts of the eye. These photographs may help you to better understand your eye condition. Also, the photographs are digitally stored for future reference.
In the case of any pigmented lesions of the eye, photography is the most appropriate method to assess change in size or morphology of the lesions.
In patients with diabetes, photographic documentation allows monitoring and assessment of the retinal changes that may be present.
In the case of glaucoma, images of the optic nerve can be compared over time.