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Ervin Goldfain, Jon Salvati, David Fallat, Marcia Wawro, Michael McMahon: Digital documenting ophthalmoscope. Welch Allyn, April 29, 2008: US07364297 (51 worldwide citation)


The invention is an eye viewing device having an eyepiece at an observer end thereof and an imaging element at an observation port thereof. Light that is reflected from an imaged eye of a patient is provided to either or both of the eyepiece and the imaging element. A practitioner can view the image ...


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Goldfain Ervin, Salvati Jon, Fallat David, Wawro Marcia, Mcmahon Michael: Digital documenting ophthalmoscope. Welch Allyn, Goldfain Ervin, Salvati Jon, Fallat David, Wawro Marcia, Mcmahon Michael, MILSTEIN Joseph B, May 19, 2005: WO/2005/044098 (3 worldwide citation)


The invention is an eye viewing device having an eyepiece at an observer end thereof and an imaging element at an observation port thereof. Light that is reflected from an imaged eye of a patient is provided to either or both of the eyepiece and the imaging element. A practitioner can view the image ...


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Goldfain Ervin, Salvati Jon, Fallat David, Wawro Marcia, Mcmahon Michael: Digital documenting ophthalmoscope. Welch Allyn, August 30, 2006: EP1694195-A1


The invention is an eye viewing device having an eyepiece at an observer end thereof and an imaging element at an observation port thereof. Light that is reflected from an imaged eye of a patient is provided to either or both of the eyepiece and the imaging element. A practitioner can view the image ...


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Ervin Goldfain, Jon Salvati, David Fallat, Marcia Wawro, Michael McMahon: Digital documenting ophthalmoscope. Welch Allyn, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, May 26, 2005: US20050110949-A1


The invention is an eye viewing device having an eyepiece at an observer end thereof and an imaging element at an observation port thereof. Light that is reflected from an imaged eye of a patient is provided to either or both of the eyepiece and the imaging element. A practitioner can view the image ...


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HAND-HELD PORTABLE FUNDUS CAMERA FOR SCREENING PHOTOGRAPHY. April 6, 2017: US20170095152-A1


System and Method pertaining to the modification and integration of an existing consumer digital camera, for example, with an optical imaging module to enable point and shoot fundus photography of the eye. The auto-focus macro capability of existing consumer cameras is adapted to photograph the reti ...



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