Indirect Slit Lamp Lenses

///Indirect Slit Lamp Lenses
  • PART #V78LC The is an ideal lens for doctors who regularly cater to populations prone to glaucoma and other posterior pole abnormalities. The double aspheric design and field of view offered by a 78D offers clear and large views of the central mid-retinal regions. This lens offers a high magnification without cutting down too drastically on the field of view.  This lens is a popular choice as a general diagnosis lens among doctors who prefer a larger ring size than the more common and smaller profile of the 90D. Dilation is required to obtain optimum retinal imaging with the 78D.
  • PART #V60C The 60D lens is one of the high magnification fundoscopy lenses used for a thorough and detailed examination of the central retina such as the macula and the nerve head. The trademark double aspheric design provides excellent detail and imaging for detecting subtle details and indications of retinal abnormalities. The optical profile of this lens requires a longer working distance of 18 mm from the patient. The high magnification provided by this lens is a great choice for diagnosis and assessment of the severity of Age-Related Macular Degeneration, following cup to disk ratios in patients and capillary hemorrhages. Dilation is required to obtain optimum retinal imaging with the 60D.
  • PART #VSFNC Often referred to as a ‘Super 90D’ this lens provides wide field imaging out to the mid periphery and dynamic viewing out to the periphery. This lens is a great choice for pan-retinal examination. This lens provides the magnification of a 90D, with an increased field of view enabling high resolution imaging of the posterior pole. This combination of magnification and wide field imaging allows quick and comprehensive examination of the retina, making it a go-to lens for general examination. A 30 mm lens ring provides a comfortable grip and manipulation of the lens within the orbit.
  • PART #V90C The Volk 90D is the most widely known fundoscopy lens and is to date considered the gold standard in exam rooms across the world. The small profile of the 90D coupled with its optical profile makes it a great first lens. This lens is a perfect choice for general examination and retinal imaging. This lens can be used to get through small pupils for patients who do not prefer or accommodate dilation and as a result is also a popular choice for undilated retinal exams.