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Ophthalmotropometers

Definition : Ophthalmic instruments designed to measure the amount of misalignment of the eyes (strabismus). Automated instruments use light sources, light sensors, and data analyzers to produce images and measure the light reflection from the corneas, as well as the pupils of both eyes; manual instruments typically consist of an illuminated screen that presents light stimuli, the examinee wears special eyeglasses (so the green light stimuli is perceived as red light) and points a handheld laser flashlight at the screen. The examiner performs the assessment by comparing the actual location of the green light and the perceived location of red light by the patient. Ophthalmotropometers are used to detect and assess the magnitude of strabismus.

Entry Terms : "Strabismometers" , "Troposcopes" , "Ophthalmic Measuring Instruments" , "Measuring Instruments, Ophthalmic"

UMDC code : 12820

   

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Alcon Canada Inc

Alcon Canada Inc

Alcon Inc

Alcon Inc

Alcon Laboratories Inc

Alcon is helping people see the world better through advanced surgical, pharmaceutical and vision care products. We serve eye care professionals and their patients in more than 180 countries, reaching 90% of the globe, to help millions of people see the world better with clarity, color and beauty. At Alcon, we enhance sight to enhance life

Alcon Pharma GmbH

Alcon Pharma GmbH

Alcon SA Laboratoires

Alcon SA Laboratoires

Veatch Ophthalmic Instruments

Founded in 1988, Veatch Ophthalmic Instruments established itself as a distributor of traditional exam lane equipment, offering top notch knowledge and service to professional nationwide. Seeing the opportunity in the marketplace for new and more efficient ophthalmic technology solutions, Veatch branched out in 1992 to create ReSeeVit digital imaging. ReSeeVit pioneered a new digital imaging concept which had an immediate and positive impact in the ophthalmic equipment market.

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