|NOUN || ophthalmoscope | ophthalmoscopes |
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- Gullstrand is noted also for his research on astigmatism and for improving the ophthalmoscope and corrective lenses for use after removal of a cataract from the eye.
- The optics of a fundus camera are similar to those of an indirect ophthalmoscope in that the observation and illumination systems follow dissimilar paths.
- In 1853 he devised an ophthalmoscope that was a modification of the device invented by Hermann von Helmholtz (1821-1894).
- He also designed a popular model of ophthalmoscope called the "Liebreich ophthalmoscope".
- Optic pits should be diagnosed by an eye care professional who can perform a thorough exam of the back of the eye using an ophthalmoscope.
- Anagnostakis used the ophthalmoscope in his clinical work before presenting it at the first-ever Ophthalmological Conference in Brussels in 1857.
- Allbutt, a vicar's son from Yorkshire, invented the short clinical thermometer and ophthalmoscope and published his influential eight-volume "System of Medicine" between 1896 and 1899.
- In 1864 he became founder and editor of the "Ophthalmic Review", the first British journal devoted to ophthalmology. Also, he is credited for promoting usage of the ophthalmoscope in England.
- Vorticose veins are an important ophthalmoscopic landmark. They can be visualised in a dilated pupil using an indirect ophthalmoscope.
- Light source – A penlight/light from retinoscope or ophthalmoscope could be used at the start of the near cover test assessment to observe the patient's corneal reflections, and to see whether their fixation is steady, central and maintained.
- It is also commonly used for detecting foreign objects in the eye that an ophthalmoscope cannot detect and is sometimes given prior to an MRI where metal fragments could cause significant damage.
- He is known for his work and research of eye disease and was among the first practitioners of the ophthalmoscope.
- When these cataracts are viewed through an ophthalmoscope, or other magnification system, the appearance is similar to white spokes of a wheel.
- Welch and William Noah Allyn invented the world's first hand-held direct illuminating ophthalmoscope, precursor to the device now used by clinicians around the world.
- A red reflex can be seen when looking at a patient's pupil through a direct ophthalmoscope.
- Becker's sign, or Becker's phenomenon, is the presence of visible (through an ophthalmoscope) pulsation of retinal arteries, found in patients with aortic insufficiency or Graves' disease.
- He was the author of "Leçons sur l'application de l'ophthalmoscope au diagnostic des maladies de l'oeil" (1859, edited & published by Paul Arthur Doumic), an atlas that is considered to be the first work in the French language dedicated to use of the ophthalmoscope.
- Roger Hanif Armour (19 August 1934 – 17 September 2020) was a British vascular surgeon and inventor of the lens-free ophthalmoscope.
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