Ophthalmoscopy is a test that allows a doctor to see the inside the back of the eye (fundus), which includes the retina, optic disc, choroid, and blood vessels, using a magnifying instrument and a light source.
Ophthalmoscopy is done as part of a complete eye examination. It is used to detect and evaluate symptoms of retinal detachment or eye diseases such as glaucoma.
Ophthalmoscopy may also be done if you have signs or symptoms of high blood pressure, diabetes, or other diseases that affect the blood vessels.
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