two images below were taken on June 13th 2007, by Ray McLeod, Opthalmic
Photographer at the WEEU (West of England Eye Unit), at the Royal Devon
and Exeter Hospital. My thanks to him and also to Dr Hilmi.
left eye. The pigment that has flaked off can be seen as a dark arc along
the bottom of the iris. I believe that the particles that look like dust,
above the pupil towards the top of the photo, are flakes of pigment in
the Krukenberg's spindle. Click on the image to enlarge it.
My right eye. You can see where I had the laser treatment at the bottom
of the iris, below the dark pigment. The yellow line is caused by the
eye drops used. Click on the image to enlarge it.
a digital slit lamp would be used to take the photo's, but this wasn't
images below are of my eyes, taken on 20th March 2003, by Stewart Price
B.Sc (Hons), FCOptom.
of my left eye.
of my right eye.
I was unable to obtain these two images from disk, therefore the clarity
is not as good as it could have been.
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