Who is an ophthalmologist?
Ophthalmologists are physicians who are specially trained to diagnose and treat vision problems and eye diseases. They usually treat patients with glaucoma, cataracts, eye injuries, cornea diseases and eyelid disorders.
They care for the human eyes
Ophthalmologists are thoroughly trained in delivering comprehensive care, including vision examinations, prescriptions for glasses and contact lenses, and therapy and treatment for eye ailments and diseases.
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they call them sight savers
Ophthalmologists have the medical training not only necessary to demonstrate expertise in all aspects of eye care, but they also have the medical knowledge required to detect medical disorders that may be associated with eye problems. Often, they are capable of diagnosing maladies like diabetes, brain tumors or multiple sclerosis.
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Some medical equipment they use:
Ophthalmoscope: It is a hand-held device used to examine the interior of the eye.
Retina Camera: A retinal camera is used to photograph the back of the eye, including the retina. It is used to document eye diseases. The camera produces a bright flash when a picture is taken.
Phoropter: A phoropter (or phoroptor) is an instrument used during an eye examination to measure refractive error and determine eyeglass prescriptions.