This is the most simple and one of the most satisfactory methods of exploring the eye with the ophthalmoscope.
As yet there is no instrument for the ear comparable to the ophthalmoscope.
Ask the shade of the great Helmholtz why he did not patent the ophthalmoscope.
With the advent of the ophthalmoscope, for instance, how innumerable and complicated appear the diseases of the eye.
Rapidly occurring monocular visual disturbances are noticed, whether detected with or without the ophthalmoscope.
The ophthalmoscope reminds one of the stethoscope; so simple it is, so perfect and so useful.
About this time the colour-top was in full swing, and he also constructed an ophthalmoscope.
It is otherwise in disease; and this brings us to the discussion of some of the practical applications of the ophthalmoscope.
An appreciation of the condition of the optic disk is one of the chief objects of the ophthalmoscope.
(vii) Whether the foreign body is visible with the ophthalmoscope or by focal illumination.
ophthalmoscope oph·thal·mo·scope (ŏf-thāl'mə-skōp', ŏp-)
An instrument for examining the interior structures of the eye, especially the retina, consisting essentially of a mirror that reflects light into the eye and a central hole through which the eye is examined.