ophthalmoscopic


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oph·thal·mo·scop·ic

(of'thăl-mō-skop'ik),
Relating to examination of the interior of the eye.

oph·thal·mo·scop·ic

(of'thăl-mŏ-skop'ik)
Relating to examination of the interior of the eye.

ophthalmoscope

(of″thal′mŏ-skōp″) [ ophthalmo- + -scope]
An instrument used for examining the interior of the eye, esp. the retina.
ophthalmoscopic (″thal″mŏ-skop′ik), adjective

ophthalmoscopic

pertaining to the ophthalmoscope.

ophthalmoscopic examination
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