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SL 130 Biomicroscopic Slit Lamp

Description: The SL 130 Slit Lamp is an all-in-one instrument for observation, measurement, diagnosis and documentation. Its optimally structured design also allows the SL 130 to be used in laser therapy: this has been achieved by the possibility of operating the slit projector in the central position with eith...
Company:Carl Zeiss Meditec, Inc.

SL 120 Biomicroscopic Slit Lamp

Description: The field of application of the SL 120 Slit Lamp extends from the anterior ocular segment and the vitreous right back to the fundus. It is the ideal configuration for observation, measurement, diagnosis and documentation....
Company:Carl Zeiss Meditec, Inc.

SL 115 Biomicroscopic Slit Lamp

Description: The SL 115 Classic Slit Lamp offers you high optical performance and convenient operation. It is not only the ideal instrument for all routine examinations and contact lens fitting, but is also excellent value for the money....
Company:Carl Zeiss Meditec, Inc.

A.V.I. Panoramic Viewing System

Description:...rough this system allow the selection of 68-degree field of view up to the equator or a 130-degree field of view up to the ora serrata. Current direct biomicroscopic viewing allows only a 20 or 35-degree field of view. Other wide field systems allow only a 70-degree field of view, which does not offer the precision...
Company:Advanced Visual Instruments, Inc.
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