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Pusey ophthalmoscope

Pusey ophthalmoscope

Accession №2005.006.00001
CategoryOphthalmoscope
PurposeInstruments
Specific NamePusey ophthalmoscope
Date1901

Description

Folding pocket scope consists of two arms hinged together. Both arms have mirrors, one arm has room for additional lenses. Scope folds together and locks to protect mirrors. Designed by Brown Pusey, MD (1869-1953). Dr. Pusey was the Director of the department of ophthalmology at Northwestern University in Chicago. This pocket instrument originally had 5 lenses.

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