ophthalmoscope

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medical instrument for examining the retina of the eye

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Ophthalmoscopic signs include central retinal artery pulsation or occlusion, elevated intraocular pressure, op tic disc swelling, retinal edema, and venous congestion.
Evaluation included a dilated ophthalmoscopic exam to detect DR, early and advanced AMD, and optic nerve cupping due to glaucoma; and autorefraction to detect URE at published sensitivities and specificities (Moss et al.
They are multiple and bilateral, and the most common ophthalmoscopic finding in falciparum malaria (1,2).
Ophthalmoscopic examination typically discloses a mass of translucent tissue resembling "fish flesh" with prominent "cottage cheese" calcification and a surrounding annulus of retinal pigment epithelial atrophy.
Re-treatment was based on assessment of central retinal thickness (CRT) (increase of greater than or equal to 100 (micro)m), presence of subretinal fluid, as assessed by optical coherence tomography (OCT), presence of new subretinal hemorrhage as assessed by ophthalmoscopic examination, presence of CNV leakage as assessed by fluorescein angiography (FA) and decreases in VA of greater than 5 letters as assessed by an Early Treatment Diabetic Retinopathy Study (ETDRS) chart.
Other screening regimens that are proposed are clinical, laboratory, and ophthalmoscopic tests.
Several studies have shown that standard fundus photography through a dilated pupil is more sensitive than a direct ophthalmoscopic exam in screening for DR [14,24-28].
Ophthalmoscopic examination does not reveal any change initially, but mild disk edema can be seen a few days later.
A supervising physician teaching ophthalmology required each student to place mydriatic (dilating) drops in one eye, supposedly as a prelude to mutual practice at ophthalmoscopic examinations.
Additionally, there were no safety concerns based on changes in visual acuity, biomicroscopic, or ophthalmoscopic measurements.
Which of the following clinical features will be present on ophthalmoscopic fundus examination of a patient with the condition shown in image B?