Ophthalmoscopy is also known as fundoscopy.
Ophthalmoscopy is a term used to refer to examination of the interior of the eyeball using an instrument called an ophthalmoscope. This examination is a non-surgical, non-invasive, procedure that is generally used for diagnostic reasons.
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This section includes short definitions
of many diseases, disorders, and conditions of the eyes and visual system.
For definitions of other terms in this category, choose from the list to the left (but note that this is not a complete/exhaustive list).
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- A diagram of the eye
- Definitions and descriptions of the parts of the eye
- A concise description of the human retina
- Definitions of parts of the retina
- Diseases and disorders of the human eye and the human visual system
For further information see also our pages of books about ophthalmology.