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The new Video News Film 7240 also gives excellent results with tungsten illumination. Developments in camera equipment and in medical instruments are always to be expected. It is quite possible that in future more elegant recording devices will be attached to endoscopes or be built into our surgical microscopes. It is a sincere hope that the cumbersome recording techniques we have to use today in the field of otolaryngology will soon become obsolete. Gastro-intestinal photo-endoscopy 49 4. 01 Introduction Within the scope of gastro-enterology, fixed lens instruments are used under sterile conditions in laparoscopy and, with a far simpler set up, under non-sterile conditions during proctoscopic examination.
Back of the epiglottis, ventricular folds and vocal cords, photographed with a Storz-Hopkins 90 ' laryngoscope and separate light guide. Olympus OM-1 camera and Storz zoom lens at 100 mm focal length. 63. Extensive juvenile papillomatosis of both vocal cords. Nikon F camera fitted to surgical microscope, coaxial flash and high-speed film. microscope using the same methods as for ear photog- Many excellent atlases are also available, covering the normal and pathological anatomy of the bronchial tree.
More recently straight viewing instruments have been developed instead. These have diameters of 3-6 mm and have built-in channels for insufflation of air. In the small, almost closed, space between the ear drum and the endoscope there is a tendency for the endoscope to become misted up; the possibility of insufflating air is therefore necessary for obtaining clear pictures. Observation in a straight line enables the remoter parts of the ear canal and ear drum to be examined in depth (Fig. 61). When comparing the different methods available for ear drum photography it seems likely that the new aural endoscopes with a fibre-optic light source and a built-in flash will give the best results.
A Guide to Medical Photography by Dietmar Hund (auth.), Dr. Peter Hansell (eds.)