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Slit-lamp exam

Slit-lamp exam

Slit-lamp exam: A slit-lamp exam is an assessment of the front of the eye-sclera, conjunctiva, iris, cornea, and lens-for general eye health; the pupils may be dilated, which allows the doctor to see the structures at the back of the eye-retina, optic nerve, fovea, and blood vessels.

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