An ophthalmoscope is a handheld device used to examine the interior structure of the eyes. Ophthalmoscopes combine a light source and lenses to allow a physician to examine the interior structure of the eyes. These instruments are primarily used to examine the back of the eye and the structure of the retina. Ophthalmoscopes are used in ophthalmoscopy, which is a routine eye examination. Ophthalmoscopy is used in cases where patients have a headache or a swollen optic disc.
Glaucoma affects approximately 2.7 million people in the United States aged 40 and up, according to the American Academy of Ophthalmology. Another key factor likely to drive the global ophthalmoscopes market during the forecast period is an increase in the prevalence of chronic diseases such as diabetes mellitus and hypertension, which can lead to retinopathy. Technological advancements, such as laser ophthalmoscopy, have led to an increase in healthcare costs.
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