An internist looks at the fundus oculi.


The ophthalmoscope is the only convenient device permitting the in vivo inspection of both neural tissue and the arterial and venous blood columns within the retinal vessels. Many findings of little interest to ophthalmologists are, when integrated into the total clinical examination, of great use to internists during the process of making a specific… (More)


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