Schiotz tonometer


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Schi·ötz to·nom·e·ter

(shē-ertz'),
an instrument that measures ocular tension by indicating the ease with which the cornea is indented.

Schiötz tonometer

(shē′ĕts)
[Hjalamar Schiötz, Norwegian physician, 1850–1927]
An instrument for measuring intraocular pressure by the degree of indentation produced by pressure on the cornea.

Schiötz,

Hjalmar, Norwegian physician, 1850-1927.
Schiötz tonometer - an instrument that measures ocular tension by indicating the ease with which the cornea is indented.

Schiotz tonometer

see indentation tonometer.
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