Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Happy Birthday Brash!

For those of you who don't know Brash, she's my baby girl (dog). She recently just had her first birthday. Here are a couple photos from over the past year. I was hoping to get some better recent photos of her but she's not very cooperative. Hope you enjoy them :) The last couple are her recent pictures!

Her first portrait.

She was trying to be the center of attention.
Her ears looked so much bigger then, because of her small body :)

Worn out after a long day outside.

She turns her head whenever someone talks to her.

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Abstract Fundus

I decided to have a little bit of fun with some of the fundus photographs that I have been taken at Wake Forest University Eye Center. This is a result of two fundus images montaged together and played with in photoshop, ENJOY!

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Optic Neuritis

Yesterday I was able to take more fundus photographs! I am progressing more and more everyday, so hopefully I will find the time to post some more fundus photos for you to see. This patient had optic neuritis which is swelling of the optic nerve. This can cause a sudden decrease in vision.

This photograph is one of a set of two. I was able to take it in stero which means that it has a 3D appearance when paired with the other image if you have a stero viewer. Since most of you don't have this at home I just posted the one image. Hope you are enjoying my fundus photographs. I only have a couple more weeks left of my internship at Wake Forest Eye Center.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

More FUNDUS!!!

Here is another fundus picture I was able to take yesterday. This patient was a suspect for gluacoma. If you saw my previous post of fundus photography you will notice how much the optic nerve was swollen in the last patient.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Fundus Photography

Today I got to practice more fundus photography! It has been challenging for me to get images of the retina (back of the eye) in focus, but I'm getting better. Practice makes perfect :) This patient had Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension which was causing his optic nerve to swell. More to come soon!

Friday, April 2, 2010

Another Face of Baxter :)

This picture of Baxter kind of reminds me of Puss in Boots from Sherek. Who can resist them EYES? Hope you enjoy!!! Easter pictures coming soon!