Microscopes, Light, Examination, Ophthalmology

Definition : Examination light microscopes, usually stereoscopic, designed for examination of the anterior eye media (cornea aqueous lens and anterior vitreous). These microscopes are used to observe and identify disease processes, to fit contact lenses, and to evaluate corneal injuries and the presence of foreign bodies. Some ophthalmic microscopes are used with specially designed illumination sources (both attached to a common base) in a system known as a slit lamp.

Entry Terms : "Microscopes, Corneal" , "Corneal Microscopes" , "Ophthalmologic Microscopes"

UMDC code : 12537

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