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CTK Corneal Topographer / Keratograph

Description: Advanced Corneal Topography System with integrated Keratometer. Keratometric and topographic measurements all in one instrument....
Company:Haag-Streit USA, Inc.

TMS-4 Corneal Topographer

Description: TMS-1 features come back with better resolution, accuracy and easy operation TOMEYs patented light cones use 25 or 31 rings (same as TMS-1), providing high resolution. The laser alignment system provides high accuracy & repeatability. The small cone design eliminates nose & brow shadow & provides e...
Company:Tomey Corp.

E300 Corneal Topographer

Description: The new E300 Corneal Topographer has applications in a diverse range of clinical procedures including Radial Keratotomy, Astigmatic keratotomy, Refractive Surgery and Contact Lens Fitting. Based on an unobtrusive compact cone design, the E300 analyses an accurate ring pattern projected onto the cor...
Company:Medmont Pty. Ltd.

CT200E Corneal Topography System

Description:... The CT 200 Corneal topographer is the result of years of research and experience. Paradigm, the leader in product innovation and value, continues to bring you the most current state...
Company:Paradigm Medical Industries, Inc.

Easygraph

Description:... The new Oculus Easygraph is a corneal topographer that gives you all the tools you need for refractive surgery, contact lens fitting and corneal refractive therapy contact lens fitting in a small 8.5"...
Company:Oculus, Inc.

Keratograph

Description:... The only corneal topographer available with a Real built-in keratometer and optional built-in Pupillometer. The German-engineered Keratograph delivers real "K" readings-not simu...
Company:Oculus, Inc.
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