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Ophthalmoscopes

  1. Optometry Eye Exam Room Equipment: A Closer Look

    Optometry eye exam room equipment: a closer look

    Read about the most common optometry exam room equipment and the role each plays in patients’ care here.

  2. Inspecting the Difference Between Direct vs Indirect Ophthalmoscopes

    Inspecting the difference between direct vs indirect ophthalmoscopes

    While there are different types of ophthalmoscopes, the two that typically enter into conversations are the direct vs indirect ophthalmoscope.
  3. How to Choose an Ophthalmoscope? Here’s What You Should Look for!

    How to choose an ophthalmoscope? Here’s what you should look for!

    Whether you're working on your undergraduate degree, a first-year optometry student, second-year optometry student,

  4. Comparing the Best Binocular Indirects: All Pupil II vs Vantage Plus Binocular Indirects

    Comparing the best binocular indirects: All Pupil II vs Vantage Plus binocular indirects

    If you're looking for the best binocular indirects, we're fairly certain All Pupil II and Vantage Plus binocular indirects have made your short list. Both of these world-class devices are manufactured with Keeler's 100 years of innovation.

    Although both systems are infused with cutting-edge technology

  5. How to Change an Ophthalmoscope Bulb

    How to change an ophthalmoscope bulb

    An otoscope, ophthalmoscope, or retinoscope can be found in virtually every medical or eye care professional’s office. While the otoscope is used to examine the inner part of a patient’s ear, the ophthalmoscope or ret

  6. A Clear View into the Ophthalmoscopy Procedure

    A clear view into the ophthalmoscopy procedure

    Almost always performed by an ophthalmologist, or optometrist, the ophthalmoscopy procedure involves a thorough examination of the inside, back part of the eye. This examination centers around the fundus or the center of the eye. It takes anywhere from two to five minutes and is a safe, non-invasive

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