Definition of Ophthalmoscope. Meaning of Ophthalmoscope. Synonyms of Ophthalmoscope

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Definition of Ophthalmoscope

Ophthalmoscope
Ophthalmoscope Oph*thal"mo*scope, n. [From Gr. ? the eye + -scope.] (Physiol.) An instrument for viewing the interior of the eye, particularly the retina. Light is thrown into the eye by a mirror (usually concave) and the interior is then examined with or without the aid of a lens. -- Oph*thal`mo*scop"ic, a.

Meaning of Ophthalmoscope from wikipedia

- professional to see inside the fundus of the eye and other structures using an ophthalmoscope (or funduscope). It is done as part of an eye examination and may be...
- Kidney dish Medical halogen penlight Nasogastric tube, Levin Nebulizer Ophthalmoscope Reflex hammer Reflex hammer, queen square Sphygmomanometer, electronic...
- specific to HEENT examination Eyes: eye examination and acuity (including ophthalmoscope) Ears: hearing examination and evaluation of tympanic membrane (TM)...
- Amblyopic eyes with normal fundus also have normal recovery time. Ophthalmoscope or alternative source of light (e.g.penlight), stop watch, distance...
- sometimes visible on careful examination but usually more easily through an ophthalmoscope or slit-lamp. Anterior synechia causes closed angle glaucoma, which...
- Wood (1917), The Fundus Oculi of Birds, Especially as Viewed by the Ophthalmoscope: A Study in Comparative Anatomy and Physiology, describes eagle eye...
- polymath who made contributions to many fields of science and invented the ophthalmoscope in 1851. They both made theoretical calculations on image formation...
- of the blood vessels around the optic disc is about 150 μm, and an ophthalmoscope allows observation of blood vessels with diameters as small as 10 μm...
- Vorticose veins are an important ophthalmoscopic landmark. They can be visualised in a dilated pupil using an indirect ophthalmoscope. The blood-vessels of the...
- 2020) was a British vascular surgeon and inventor of the lens-free ophthalmoscope. Roger Armour was born on 19 August 1934 in Murree in Northern India...