In this section of Integris Equipment, you will find a selection of
Ophthalmoscopes and accessories for sale. We offer a wide variety of
Ophthalmoscopes including: Welch Allyn Ophthalmoscopes, panoptic
Ophthalmoscopes, used Ophthalmoscopes, Ophthalmoscope parts, Ophthalmoscope
heads. Buy the best Ophthalmoscopes here for a cheap price.
We also buy your used and unneeded equipment.
Ophthalmoscopy (funduscopy or fundoscopy) is a test that allows a health
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 done as part of a routine physical examination. It is crucial in determining
the health of the retina and the vitreous humor.
Ophthalmoscopes come in two major types (Direct/Indirect):
- Direct ophthalmoscopy one that produces an upright, or
unreversed, image of approximately 15 times magnification.
- Indirect ophthalmoscopy one that produces an inverted, or
reversed, direct image of 2 to 5 times magnification.
Each type of ophthalmoscopy has a special type of ophthalmoscope:
- The direct ophthalmoscope is an instrument about the size of
a small flashlight (torch) with several lenses that can magnify up to about 15
times. This type of ophthalmoscope is most commonly used during a routine
- An indirect ophthalmoscope, on the other hand, constitutes a
light attached to a headband, in addition to a small handheld lens. It provides
a wider view of the inside of the eye. Furthermore, it allows a better view of
the fundus of the eye, even if the lens is clouded by cataracts. An indirect
ophthalmoscope can be either monocular or binocular. It is used for peripheral
viewing of the retina.
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