Otoscopes are used in ear examinations. A doctor uses these instruments to look into the ear canal to look at the ear drum. Some otoscopes also places a small air puff inside to ear drum to watch the vibrations in the ear drum. Ear infections, ear drum damage and ear wax accumulation can be detected via an otoscope. An ophthalmoscope is and instrument that lets the doctor to look into the back of your eye known as the fundus. It consists of the retina, optic disc and blood vessels. This test is included in a routine eye exam in case of any eye disease. Find here high quality equipment for eye and ear examinations at for your clinic or hospital facility at best prices.
A speculum is inserted into the ear drum and adjustments are made so that the doctor can get a clear view of the ear drum. Both the ears are generally examined even if problem only exists in one.
A normal ear canal is usually skin colored and have tiny hair. Yellowish brown colored earwax is a normal sighting. The ear drum is a thin, shiny, and pearl to grey membrane. Tiny middle ear that push the ear drum can be seen. The otoscope light will reflect in case of a normal ear. In case of an ear infection the ear drum looks red and swollen. Fluid drainage can be seen in the middle ear if the eardrum gets ruptured. Scarring, retraction or bulging can also be seen.
An eye examination may be prescribed in case of:
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The Ophthalmologist will dim the lights of the room and ask you to focus on a fixed point on a far wall. Using direct or indirect ophthalmoscopes, the eye doctor will examine the structures of your eye. Sometimes, special drops may be used to “open up” (dilate) your pupils to aid your eye doctor in the exam.
An ophthalmoscope is an instrument used to examine the inside of the eye. There are two types of devices, Direct and Indirect.
The direct ophthalmoscope enables the optometrist to examine a smaller area of retina at a time. The indirect ophthalmoscope enables a greater area of the retina to be viewed at a time but at a lower magnification.
An otoscope or auriscope is a medical device which is used to look into the ears. Doctors use otoscopes to screen for illness during regular check-ups and also to investigate ear symptoms. An otoscope gives a view of the ear canal and tympanic membrane or eardrum.
The normal eardrum appears pinkish-grey in color and is approximately circular in shape.
In comparison to a normal eardrum that appears pinkish-grey in color and is approximately circular in shape. an infected one looks red and swollen.