Abstract

The technique of fundus reflectometry is being applied to the study of vascular dynamic problems in individual blood vessels in man. This is now possible using a new fundus reflectometer and a specially designed fixation system that enables fixation with the eye under examination. The eye movements, which can be regarded as a source of noise, are so minimized that reflectance recordings with high signal-to-noise ratios can be obtained. Examples of current applications of this technique are presented.

© 1973 Optical Society of America

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