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Ulrich Sander: Surgical microscope. Leica Microsystems, Hodgson Russ, June 17, 2008: US07387385 (16 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns a combined surgical microscope system having a surgical microscope and a retinal diagnostic device of modified configuration having transscleral pulsed illumination.


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Edmond H Thall: Retinal diagnostic device. Fulwider Patton Lee & Utecht, March 9, 1999: US05880813 (15 worldwide citation)

An ophthalmological diagnostic system and method providing improved resolution and enhanced visualization of internal anatomical structures of the eye. The optical transform of light reflected and scattered by the internal anatomical structures of the eye is modified to selectively provide dark fiel ...


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Edmond H Thall: Retinal diagnostic device. Fulwider Patton Lee & Utecht, May 12, 1998: US05751395 (14 worldwide citation)

An ophthalmological diagnostic system and method providing improved resolution and enhanced visualization of internal anatomical structures of the eye. The optical transform of light reflected and scattered by the internal anatomical structures of the eye is modified to selectively provide dark fiel ...


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Sander Ulrich Dr: Surgical microscope. Leica Microsystems Schweiz, July 28, 2004: EP1441249-A1

The surgical microscope (3) defines an observation beam path (24) in which a beam divider (7) is provided that defines a camera beam path (25) in which a camera (13) is arranged. The surgical microscope is arranged at an interface between a digital fundus camera and a fundus lens (23) of a modified ...


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Ulrich Sander: Surgical microscope. Hodgson Russ, August 12, 2004: US20040156017-A1

The invention concerns a combined surgical microscope system having a surgical microscope and a retinal diagnostic device of modified configuration having transscleral pulsed illumination.


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Sander Ulrich: Surgical microscope. Leica Microsystems, August 12, 2004: JP2004-226985

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To improve a surgical microscope so that diagnostic operation to be performed by a known retinal diagnostic device can be performed in the midst of actuating the surgical microscope without separating (moving) the surgical microscope from its actuating position.SOLUTION: The su ...