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medical instrument for examining the retina of the eye

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19 72% of the eyes which were determined as normal under direct ophthalmoscope were diagnosed having early pathological changes by FFA.
Silt lamp examination and fundus examination with direct ophthalmoscope was done to access the grade of PCO following Madurai PCO grading scale.
The red reflex or retinal reflex refers to the reddish-orange reflection of light from normal retina, and it is observed with a direct ophthalmoscope held close to the examiner's eye, while observing the patient's eyes from a distance of approximately 30 cm.
While such screening programmes are being developed in the private and public sectors in South Africa, screening with a direct ophthalmoscope still has an important place in the detection of diabetic retinopathy.
If the pre-reg has used their direct ophthalmoscope to examine the patient during their routine eye examination, then the final direct observation task is a Volk examination on a simulated patient.
Ocular examination (1,2) included external examination with torch light, pupillary reaction, fundus examination with direct ophthalmoscope and digital Tonometry was performed by the ophthalmologist in the presence of the Forensic expert.
This is highly suited to examination with a direct ophthalmoscope and has a well-established evidence base for single field digital fundus screening.
Leucocoria can be identified with the direct ophthalmoscope and in advanced cases may be visible with the naked eye.
Tenders are invited for Direct Ophthalmoscope (55 Nos.
Observe the size of the pupils using a direct ophthalmoscope (set at +2.
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