Thursday, June 21, 2018

ophthalmoscope -

Ophthalmoscope is a device used to examine the inside of the eye. Although ophthalmosop was actually invented by Charles Babbage in 1847, it was introduced in the mid-19th century by a German scholar, Herman von Helmholtz. Ophthalmoscope is very useful for assessing the state of the retina, the inner eye layer that contains the cells of light-stimulating receptors.