A branch of physiognomy which deduces the knowledge of a person's temper and character from the appearance of the eyes.
Examination of the eye with the ophthalmoscope.
A test used to look at the inside of the eye, especially the optic nerve. A device with a small light on the end is held up to the inside of the eye in a darkened room. This device lights up and magnifies the eye, so that the shape and color of the optic nerve can be seen.
examination of the interior fundus of the eyeball to detect retinal changes associated with hypertension, diabetes mellitus, atherosclerosis, and increased intracranial pressure
Examination of the interior of the eyes using an instrument called an ophthalmoscope. The physician will dilate the pupil in order to see the cornea, lens, and retina. Can identify abnormalities in the blood vessels of the eye and some systemic diseases.
use of a direct or indirect ophthalmosope to examine the fundus
The examination of the inside of the eye using a lighted viewing instrument.
An examination of the eye, using an ophthalmoscope, to identify CMV retinitis and other conditions. Also called funduscopy.
Visual examination of the eye.
An exam of the retina. The doctor looks through a device with a special magnifying lens that provides a narrow view or a wide view of the retina. Go to Top
Examination of the internal structures of the eye using an illumination and magnification system
The scientific study of the eye.
An exam where your eye doctor uses an instrument called an ophthalmoscope to look directly through your eye at the optic nerve. The color and appearance of the optic nerve can indicate whether or not damage from glaucoma is present and how extensive it is.
examination of the internal structure of the eye.
Ophthalmoscopy is an examination of the eye using an ophthalmoscope, a lighted instrument used to view the inner eye including the retina and optic nerve. Also called funduscopy.