orthoscope


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orthoscope

 [or´tho-skōp]
an apparatus that neutralizes corneal refraction by means of a layer of water; used in ocular examinations.

or·tho·scope

(ōr'thō-skōp),
1. An instrument by means of which one is able to draw the outlines of the various normas of the skull.
[ortho- + G. skopeō, to view]

orthoscope

/or·tho·scope/ (or´tho-skōp) an apparatus which neutralizes corneal refraction by means of a layer of water.

or·tho·scope

(ōr'thō-skōp)
An instrument by means of which one is able to draw the outlines of the various normas of the skull.
[ortho- + G. skopeō, to view]

orthoscope 

A device by which water is held in contact with the cornea and thereby neutralizes the refractive power of the front surface of the cornea.

orthoscope

an apparatus that neutralizes the corneal refraction by means of a layer of water; used in ocular examinations.
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