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What does fundoscopy mean; what is the doctor looking at?
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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Retinal examination
The fundus is the back of the eye.
There are several optical and mechancal devices which can assist in this examination. The target is the back of the eye and detection of anything that is not normal. What is seen is the combination of nerves and blood vessels as well as structural integrity of the back of the eye to determine if there are abnormalities.

In brief: Retinal examination
The fundus is the back of the eye.
There are several optical and mechancal devices which can assist in this examination. The target is the back of the eye and detection of anything that is not normal. What is seen is the combination of nerves and blood vessels as well as structural integrity of the back of the eye to determine if there are abnormalities.
Dr. Richard Bensinger
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