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Image Digitization Systems, Ophthalmic

Definition : Image digitization systems designed to acquire and digitize ophthalmic (e.g., fundus camera, fluorescing angiography) images for viewing, storage, and/or printing. The imaging system typically consists of a digital camera, usually in the form of a microchip (a charge-coupled device [CCD]); digital processors for image enhancement; electronic recorder storage (e.g., CD-ROM); and printers. Ophthalmic digitization systems are intended mainly to obtain images taken from fundus and fluorescing angiography cameras.

Entry Terms : "Ophthalmic Image Digitization Systems"

UMDC code : 23522

   

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