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Ophthalmoscopy is a study that allows the ophthalmologist to examine the retina, the optic nerve and the vitreous. Ophthalmoscopy is performed with the help of special lenses, after the pupil has been pre-stretched. It is a major method in ophthalmology, and it starts to diagnose almost all ocular diseases. The lens is placed in front of or on the eye as the doctor looks through it. The study allows for a quality examination of the entire retina, including the entire periphery – where there are risky places for retinal detachment.