An Ophthalmoscope is a medical device used to view the fundus of a patient's eye. Sometimes called a funduscope, an ophthalmoscope is commonly used by a medical professional during a routine physicial and often by an Ophthalmologist, Optometrist or other eye care specialist to evaluate optical symptoms and diagnose diseases such as glaucoma, papilledema and diabetic retinopathy. An Ophthalmoscope consists of a battery powered handle that is connected to the scope head. Welch Allyn's PanOptic Ophthalmoscope is a leading scope in healthcare today.
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