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Prescott's Inc. - Parts, Service Repairs, & Service Contracts

Our service technicians are factory trained with surgical microscopes such as: Zeiss, Leica, Moller, Topcon, Storz/Urban and many more. Call (800) 438-3937

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WELCH ALLYN 11720 Ophthalmoscope Parts For Sale

Part Number: 11720 Coaxial Ophthalmoscope Head
Coaxial Ophthalmoscope Head

Welch Allyn 11720 Ophthalmoscope Head- PreOwned in Good Condition Description: The patented Welch Allyn Coaxial Vision System facilitates ophthalmoscopy by enabling easier entry into the eye, a... view more

September 01

Asking Price:
$125 USD


WELCH ALLYN Unidirectional Occluder Ophthalmoscope Parts For Sale

Part Number: 12400
StrabismoScope Head

Welch Allyn StrabismoScope Head, part # 12400. Good, used condition. Pairs with 3.5V handle or used on 767 diagnostic set. " Testing for Strabismus (ocular misalignment) should be a routine part... view more

September 14

Asking Price:
$70 USD

John Granholm / Portland Medical LLC
phone: +1 (503) 232-0067
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An ophthalmoscope is a medical device used to examine the interior of the eye. It is used to diagnose and monitor a variety of eye conditions, such as glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration. It is also used to assess the health of the optic nerve and retina. The ophthalmoscope consists of a light source, a magnifying lens, and a mirror. The light source is used to illuminate the eye, while the magnifying lens and mirror are used to magnify and focus the image of the eye's interior.

The cost of an ophthalmoscope can vary depending on the type of equipment, the manufacturer, and the features included. Basic ophthalmoscopes can range from $50 to $100, while more advanced models can cost up to $1,000 or more. Popular manufacturers of ophthalmoscope equipment include Welch Allyn, Keeler, and Heine. These companies offer a variety of ophthalmoscopes, ranging from basic models to more advanced models with features such as digital imaging and laser technology.