Medical Devices | Ophthalmology | Ophthalmoscopes


An ophthalmoscope is a device used to see inside the fundus and other eye structures to assess the retina and vitreous humour. Available in two types, the direct ophthalmoscope is a small device comprising several lenses and is mostly used for routine examination, while the indirect instrument is made up of a light attached to a headband and is used in conjunction with a small handheld lens.

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