The final paper for my Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Illustration compared and evaluated wide field imaging against traditional methods for documenting choroidal naevus. This was an audit project where 20 patients were photographed on three different modalities.
One of the comparisons that highlighted the advantages of wide field imaging is shown below. This is a comparison of 5 field 55 degree fundus photographs alongside a 200 degree wide field image on a patient diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa.
The paper is available on the link below and was selected for the 2016 Taylor and Francis Award presented by The Institute of Medical Illustrators.