This image from Scott McLeod from Jerry Lutty’s lab, is a wholemount human retina preparation triple labeled with fluorescent antibodies that stain blood vessels (blue), astrocytes (red) and microglia (green). The specimen was imaged on a Zeiss 710 Confocal Microscope and is merged from 46 optical Z sections.
It originally appeared on Flickr here. You can see more of Scott’s work on his Flickrstream.
Iris tumors are fairly common and have been featured here on Webvision before. Most “tumors” are actually cysts or benign nevi, but malignant melanomas also can occur. Continue reading “Iris Tumor Goniometer”
This image demonstrates an iris tumor that is sitting in the angle. Photograph was made by James Gilman of the Moran Eye Center using a Goldmann 3-mirror lens scatter illumination with a Zeiss photo slitlamp and a Nikon D-1X camera.