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Practice Retinoscopy Online | Retinoscopy Simulator



 

The Retinoscopy Simulator and Tutorial is perfect for ophthalmic science students, optometry student & ophthalmology residents and clinic technicians. It is great for training and practice!

How to Use the Retinoscopy Simulator

The interactive Retinoscopy Simulator is designed for students to learn and practice the principles of retinoscopy.
Visualize how light reflexes in an eye with various refractive errors and amounts of astigmatism, and from various working distances.
The simulator allows adjustment of spherical power, cylinder power, and cylinder axis. The angle of the light streak can also be adjusted. 

There are many best retinoscopy simulator these days, You can use it free of cost. 

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Retinoscopy Simulator Video



This Retinoscopy Simulator and Tutorial video is perfect for ophthalmic science students, optometry student & ophthalmology residents and clinic technicians. It is great for training and practice retinoscope from Home. 

The interactive Retinoscopy Simulator is designed for students to learn and practice the principles of retinoscopy. This is made by American Academy of Ophthalmology.

Visualize how light reflexes in an eye with various refractive errors and amounts of astigmatism, and from various working distances.

The simulator allows adjustment of spherical power, cylinder power, and cylinder axis. The angle of the light streak can also be adjusted. 

Here in this video we are discussing about increasing retinoscope skills through online simulator practice. From Retinoscope you can instantly identify the refractive errors such as Myopia, Hyperopia and Astigmatism.

Always observe the retinal reflexes width, brightness and moving speed.  For neutralizing the movement if there is 
With Movement - Need More Plus
Against Movement - Need More Minus
To neutralize.

For astigmatism recognition you have to focus firstly on theoretical knowledge of thickness phenomenon, Intensity Phenomenon, Skew  Phenomenon.