By Erna E. Kritzinger
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Green light artifacts occur when a patient’s face is pressed too far into the face mask. To counteract this, the photographer can press on the (−) on the hand control or have the patient pull slightly back from the mask. Only a slight adjustment may be needed. If the patient’s head is too far away from the face mask, the field of view will be decreased. If the patient is too far away from the face mask, the pupillary margin or even the sclera may be visible. G. S. Boyer a b Fig. 9 (a) The artifact observed on the Optos camera when the patient blinks while the fluorescein angiogram is being taken.
Only a slight adjustment may be needed. If the patient’s head is too far away from the face mask, the field of view will be decreased. If the patient is too far away from the face mask, the pupillary margin or even the sclera may be visible. G. S. Boyer a b Fig. 9 (a) The artifact observed on the Optos camera when the patient blinks while the fluorescein angiogram is being taken. (b) Corrected view a b Fig. 10 (a) The focus on the eye is too far out, giving a very small field of view. (b) Corrected view 2 Wide-Field Fluorescein Angiography 33 Fig.
A Colour Atlas of Optic Disc Abnormalities by Erna E. Kritzinger