ophthalmodynamometer

[of-thal-moh-dahy-nuh-mom-i-ter, -din-uh-, op-]
noun
  1. a device for measuring the blood pressure of the retinal blood vessels.
  2. a device for determining the nearest point of ocular convergence.

Origin of ophthalmodynamometer

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ophthalmodynamometer

[ŏf-thăl′mō-dī′nə-mŏmĭ-tər, ŏp-]
n.
  1. An instrument for determining the near point of convergence of the eyes.
  2. An instrument that measures the blood pressure in the retinal vessels.
Related formsoph•thal′mo•dy′na•mome•try n.
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