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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Comparison of Brückner test using a direct ophthalmoscope (1.1–1.4) and indirect ophthalmoscope (1.A–1.D) in a child with right eye -1.5d myopia. Note easily appreciable change in the pattern of transpupillary illumination with change in the refractive status of the eye when using direct ophthalmoscope in the upper panel in comparison with poorly appreciable effect of changes in the transpupillary illumination with refractive differences when an indirect ophthalmoscope was used to perform the Brückner test

Figure 1: Comparison of Brückner test using a direct ophthalmoscope (1.1–1.4) and indirect ophthalmoscope (1.A–1.D) in a child with right eye -1.5d myopia. Note easily appreciable change in the pattern of transpupillary illumination with change in the refractive status of the eye when using direct ophthalmoscope in the upper panel in comparison with poorly appreciable effect of changes in the transpupillary illumination with refractive differences when an indirect ophthalmoscope was used to perform the Brückner test