The binocular indirect ophthalmoscope, or indirect ophthalmoscope, is an optical instrument worn on the examiner's head, and sometimes attached to spectacles, that is used to inspect the fundus or back of the eye. It produces an stereoscopic image with between 2x and 5x magnification.
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Compact binocular ophthalmoscope, without handle
This model eye is ideal for teaching and practice. The pupil diameter and refractive error can be set exactly and are therefore reproducible. The front lens compartment holder accepts up to two trial lenses. The cylinder can be read from the graduated scale. Scale: 0° – 180° for cylinder determination. Diameter of pupil. Variable 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8mm....