Scheimpflug camera

German: Scheimpflugkamera
Japanese: シャインプルーフカメラ

Ophthalmology. Named after Theodor Scheimpflug, 1865-1911. Non-invasive technique to investigate the anterior segment of the eye using a rotating camera. The center of the cornea is measured very precisely because of this rotational imaging process.

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