Fundus photography involves the use of a retinal camera to photograph the vitreous, retina and optic nerve. These photographs can document disease processes affecting the eye as well follow their progression. This type of technology is medically necessary for conditions such as: macula degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and to identify glaucoma, multiple sclerosis, hypertension, and other central nervous system abnormalities. These photographs will help to establish a base-line to judge whether a disease is progressive. They will also become part of our patient’s medical records.