Ophthalmodiaphanoscope



ophthalmodiaphanoscope oph·thal·mo·di·aph·a·no·scope (ŏf-thāl’mō-dī-āf’ə-nə-skōp’, ŏp-)
n.
An instrument for viewing the interior of the eye by transmitted light.

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    abbreviation 1. ophthalmology

  • Ophthalmography

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