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.
An instrument used by doctors to examine the back of the eye, which can often give a clue to the pressure inside the head.
(ahf-THAL-mah-skohp): Diagnostic instrument that allows the doctor to view the retina.
An instrument used for looking into the eyes.
an instrument used to examine the eyes.
an instrument for use in examination of the interior of the eye.
an instrument used during an eye examination, which shines light into the eye, enabling the eye specialist to see the retina and check for any changes to the blood vessels there.
Instrument to view inside the eye.
medical instrument for examining the retina of the eye
a modified torch that enables the optometrist/optician or the ophthalmologist to look at the back of the eye)
an AC-powered or battery-powered device containing illumination and viewing optics intended to examine the media (cornea, aqueous, lens, and vitreous) and the retina of the eye
an instrument about the size of a flashlight, with a light source and a disk of rotating lenses
an instrument specially constructed to aid in minute examination of the eye , and in particular its interior
an instrument that contains a perforated mirror as well as magnifying lenses
an instrument that enables a doctor to examine the inside of a person's eye
An instrument specially designed to allow visualisation of the back of the eye and lens.
An instrument used to view the interior of the eye, especially the retina.
A hand-held instrument for examining the eye to give an approximation of the power correction needed. anchratic telescope in which the power can be changed but refocusing is needed when this is done.
A lighted instrument used to examine the inside of the eye, including the retina and the optic nerve.
A lighted instrument, one of the most important tools of the physician, used to examine the interior of the eye , including the lens , retina and optic nerve . See the entire definition of Ophthalmoscope
An instrument designed to view structures in the back of the eye.
A non-invasive, hand-held instrument the doctor uses to view the entire dilated eye. It has a bright light, which illuminates and magnifies the eye's interior.
An instrument used to examine the retina. There are two types of ophthalmoscopes: direct and indirect. The direct version is used to examine the center of the retina, while the indirect is used when an examination of the entire retina is needed.
an instrument uses to look into the structures of the eye. The ophthalmoscope has a mirror with a hole in the centre with a light attached that enables the doctor to see into the back of your eye. The ophthalmoscope has lenses in the mirror which can be rotated into the opening in the mirror so that the doctor can clearly focus the various structures within the eye
Device for viewing the interior of the eye or the retina.
Instrument for examining the interior of the eye ( ophtalmoscope, n.m; see Skiascope)
an instrument for examining the interior structure of the eye, especially the retina
An instrument routinely used by ophthalmologists to examine the interior of the eye. It consists of a small light, a mirror, and lenses of differing powers that magnify.
An instrument that includes a source of light used to view the interior of the eye.
Lighted device for studying the interior of the eyeball.
An instrument with a source of illumination used in examining the interior of the eye through the pupil.
An instrument used containing a perforated mirror and lenses to examine the interior of the eye.
An instrument for viewing the interior of the eye. It comprises a concave mirror with a hole in the center through which the observer examines the eye, a source of light that is reflected into the eye by the mirror, and lenses in the mirror that can be rotated into the opening in the mirror to neutralize the refracting power of the eye being examined. It makes the image of the retina clear.
The ophthalmoscope, invented by Hermann von Helmholtz, is an instrument used to examine the eye. Its use is crucial in determining the health of the retina and the vitreous humor.