fundus photography of the rear eye

What is Retinal Photography?

Fundus Photography allows us to take a photograph of the inner surface of the eye, including the retina, optic disc, macula and posteriot pole (i.e. the fundus). The photographs are analysed by our Optometrist, aiding diagnosis and monitoring of any eye disease. Photographs are also very helpful in explaining certain eye conditions such as glaucoma, macular degenaration and genetic disorders as these can be visualised. Fundoscopy provides photo documentation for future reference and provides the opportunity for any photographs to be passed on to an Eye Specialist for analysis even before the patient is seen.

Images of Eyes Affected By Diabetic Eye Disease

fundus photography showing optic nerve
eye with advanced diabetic disease
comparison of normal retina and diabetic retinopathy (fundus photography)
side angle of a normal eye and eye with retinopathy

This service is available in our Billingham practice for £6