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skiascope

[′skī·ə‚skōp]
(optics)
An instrument used to study optical refraction within the eye.
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A retinoscope was used to measure the ORS in fighting bulls.
Refraction was done with Neitz streak retinoscope and Topcon auto-refractometer.
All members of this family underwent complete eye examination using the slit lamp, autorefractometer, retinoscope, ophthalmoscope, glasses box, tonometry and complete cardiac test.
A team comprising of one ophthalmologist and three nursing assistants trained in taking visual acuity (VA), equipped with Snellen's E chart, torches, autorefractometer, trial box, slit lamp, retinoscope and direct ophthalmoscope (Heine Beta 200) visited the school during working days of week for examination of the students.
Objective refraction was performed with retinoscope which was followed by subjective refraction till the best corrected visual acuity was achieved.
Refraction was tested using static retinoscopy (Heine Beta 200 retinoscope) and auto-refraction (TOPCON Auto Kerato-refractometer 8800) tests.
They will look into each eye with an instrument called a retinoscope to measure their ability to focus.
And second there are lexical echoes in the last part of the story of the first part, echoes that are not captured by keyword analysis but nevertheless are narrative [inks because of implicature-like connections between sentences describing the optometrist's retinoscope and the layered nature of "dreams" that a character mulls over as she considers whether she was lied to (104).
The optometrist uses a small, hand-held instrument called a retinoscope, which bounces a light beam off the back of your eye and back into the instrument.
A retinoscope is the device eye doctors use to shine a streak of light through the pupil of the eye, while they peer through a peephole.
Anne-Marie Parsons is examined on a retinoscope machine.