head mirror

head mir·ror

a circular concave mirror with a hole in its center to look through attached to a head band, used to project a beam of light into a cavity, such as the nose or larynx, for purposes of examination and permitting binocular vision.

head mir·ror

(hed mirŏr)
Circular concave mirror with a hole in its center to look through attached to a head band, used to project a beam of light into a cavity, for examination; permits binocular vision.

head mir·ror

(hed mirŏr)
Circular concave mirror with a hole in its center to look through, attached to a head band, used to project a beam of light into a cavity, such as the mouth, nose or larynx, to examine and permit binocular vision.
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After the intervention, the other otorhinolaryngology resident handled and cleaned a head mirror without using gloves, although he was not in face-to-face contact with the patient.
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More successful is the two-faced vertical "portrait" painting Janus, 2005, in which a stylized desert plant rendered in creamy yellow, pink, and acid green also reveals itself as a brushy gestural head contained by a thick, cartoonish black outline; the ambiguous gender of the featureless head mirrors the playful disruption of genre expectations engendered by conflating portrait and landscape.