skiascope

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skiascope

[′skī·ə‚skōp]
(optics)
An instrument used to study optical refraction within the eye.
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The results of this procedure determine the strength of lens needed to give you the best vision in each eye and should tally with the autorefractor and retinoscope results.
Attending the OSCE, the pre-reg is required to bring their retinoscope and ophthalmoscope, even though they may not use them.
The retinoscope is very accurate - it can even be used to test the sight of very small children, or people with communication difficulties who can't easily describe how clearly they can see.
Therefore, it is imperative that the pre-reg is confident in using their retinoscope to obtain a refraction base, before moving on to subjective retraction to fine-tune and obtain the final spectacle prescription.
Tenders are invited for Combined Work Station Of Ophthalmoscope And Retinoscope With Wall Mount Electrical Transformer Power Supply Systems For Use In Eye Unit Of Central Hospital/Grc.