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Indirect Ophthalmoscopy

Indirect Ophthalmoscopy is normally carried out in Eye Hospitals by a Consultant Ophthalmologist and is a technique that we use to allow us access to a wider view of the back of the eye.  It enables the Optician to view the peripheral retina more thoroughly, as well as giving us a three dimensional image.  This image allows us to view any raised areas on the retina which may not be possible to identify with the traditional hand-held Ophthalmoscopes, used at most High Street Opticians.