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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: (a and b) Detached small portable high magnifying lens and after mounting it on the smartphone. (c) The 90 D lens is held in the left hand and the clipped smartphone in the right hand to capture the disc and posterior pole images. (d) Glaucomatous optic disc cupping. (e) Healthy optic disc. (f) Temporal crescent. (g) Papillitis. (h) The smartphone is directly mounted on the direct ophthalmoscope aperture with either glue or tape. The scope is held in left in one hand and the phone in another hand to capture the images. (i) Healthy right-sided optic nerve head acquired after placing the smartphone camera over the direct ophthalmoscope viewing aperture

Figure 1: (a and b) Detached small portable high magnifying lens and after mounting it on the smartphone. (c) The 90 D lens is held in the left hand and the clipped smartphone in the right hand to capture the disc and posterior pole images. (d) Glaucomatous optic disc cupping. (e) Healthy optic disc. (f) Temporal crescent. (g) Papillitis. (h) The smartphone is directly mounted on the direct ophthalmoscope aperture with either glue or tape. The scope is held in left in one hand and the phone in another hand to capture the images. (i) Healthy right-sided optic nerve head acquired after placing the smartphone camera over the direct ophthalmoscope viewing aperture