There are basically two different approaches you can take when it comes to ophthalmoscopy:
Direct ophthalmoscopes require that the eye of both the examiner and patient are in close proximity, being about 10 cm away from one another.
Indirect ophthalmoscopes are used at a distance of about 50 cm, with a light source in addition to an ophthalmic lens held in front of the patient’s eye.MoreLess
HEINE offers unrivalled cutting-edge products for both procedures.
Our range also includes hand-held slit lamps, retinoscopes, our world-exclusive retinometer and other corresponding accessories.
All of these products feature outstanding optics, an intuitive ergonomic design and legendary HEINE durability.
Accessories for indirect ophthalmoscopes
Binocular Indirect Ophthalmoscopes
High-resolution digital imaging of the fundus with LED HQ illumination
High-resolution digital imaging of the fundus with XHL Illumination
Other ophthalmic diagnostic instruments
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