Considerations when renting or leasing a specular miscroscope
Specular microscopes use a special device to touch either the cornea or the front of the eye, in order to measure the way the corneal endothelial cells are structured. Specular microscopes features a very bright light, often in the form of a mirror or an image. It is equipped with a high-speed camera, that often has a powerful magnification ability. Since the process is typically quick and painless, the device works in real time to capture images that can help the examiner decide whether or not the cornea is receiving proper nourishment from the endothelial cells.
Specular microscopes come in either an automatic, semi-automatic, or manual capture mode. It usually depends on what is easiest for the examiner and the type of exam being performed. This device runs on a decent level of voltage, promising power that can help the examiner stay focused without having to worry.