1 December 1980 A New Indirect Ophthalmoscope
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A new indirect ophthalmoscope has been developed that combines a viewing lens and a compact illumination system in a small, prealigned, easy-to-use package. Undesirable back reflections are eliminated by admitting the illumination behind the viewing lens via beamsplitter, and by using polarized light. The conditions for stereoscopic viewing are discussed.
Dietrich Korsch, Dietrich Korsch, S. Hutson Hay, S. Hutson Hay, } "A New Indirect Ophthalmoscope," Optical Engineering 19(6), 196911 (1 December 1980). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7972634 . Submission:
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