The Clement Clarke Synoptophore is ideal for the assessment and treatement of ocular motiloity disorders.
It can easily evaluate binocular potential and perform accurate measurements in all positions of gaze.
All of the Synoptophore models allow standard measurements and treatments. They enable the assessment of simultaneous perception, fusional amplitudes and gross stereopsis even in the presence of abnormal retinal correspondence, or horizontal, vertical and torsional ocular misalignment.
THREE DIFFERENT MODELS
2001 model — The most comprehensive Synoptophore
All the standard measurements and treatments are possible on this instrument including assessment of the angle alpha, the objective angle, abnormal retina correspondence, cyclophoria, hyperphoria and horizontal vertical vergences. An automatic flashing unit allows each eye to be stimulated alternately or simultaneously. Manual flashing switches and independent dimming rheostats are provided as standard. After images are achieved by using high-intensity halogen light sources and condensing systems. A pair of removable Haidinger’s Brushes motor units are included in the 2001 model. This allows the user to employ pleoptic techniques to assess and treat eccentric fixation and abnormal retinal correspondence.
2002 — Ideal for daily-use
This model of Clement Clarke Synoptophore combines all the features of the 2001 model, with the exception of the Haidinger’s Brushes device. It is the standard instrument for the busy clinic and ideal for the assessment and treatment of patients needing orthoptic care or management.
2003 — Entry-level assessment
The entry level Synoptophore provides all the standard measurements and treatments, including; assessment of the angle alpha, the objective angle, abnormal retina correspondence, cyclophoria, hyperphoria and horizontal vertical vergences. Manual flashing switches and independent dimming rheostats are provided as standard.