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fundoscopy

Fundoscopic examination Physical exam The examination of the ocular fundus to assess retinal manifestations of hypertension, DM, retinal detachment, melanoma, and sundry ilk

funduscopy

, fundoscopy (fun?dus'ko-pe) [ fundus + -scopy]
Examination, esp. visual, of the fundus of any organ. In ophthalmology, visual examination of the fundus of the eye.
Synonym: ophthalmoscopy

fundoscopy

The act of examining the fundus of the eye, as with an ophthalmoscope or with a biomicroscope and slit-lamp.
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Technical skills include procedures such as fundoscopy, visual acuity and other diagnostic procedures.
Direct fundoscopy has traditionally been the method of examining the fundus at the primary healthcare level.
Although normal fundoscopy is often reassuring, it does not exclude an acute cause for headache.
Dilated fundoscopy reveals dark blot haemorrhages in all four quadrants, with venous changes in three quadrants in both eyes.
Fundoscopy is shown in Image B and is similar in both eyes.
Blood pressure and fundoscopy are an essential part of the clinical examination in any child with a seizure.
As a result, the responsibility falls on the primary care services, where attempts to improve the rate of fundoscopy have largely been unsuccessful.
Blood pressure and fundoscopy are essential clinical examinations in any child suspected of having a seizure.
Examination included best corrected visual acuity and undilated fundoscopy using a direct ophthalmoscope.
A full routine eye examination which records unaided vision, best corrected VA, dilated fundoscopy, visual fields and the Amsler grid test is adequate for baseline data and gives the practitioner a good idea of the severity of the patient's condition.
Fundoscopy through a dilated pupil should be performed to diagnose vasculitis.