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Measurement of the sound field using a small steel ball and a calibrated electrical attenuator takes a great deal of time. For clinical purposes we therefore developed a double thread measurement appara tus (Fig. 11) which can also be used for the measurement of resolution in depth. Two supports are fixed to the arms of an inside caliper at an angle of 45° to the instrument axis and these carry two parallel nylon threads of 0-05 mm diameter. If the threads lie behind each other in the sound field then after adjustment of the probe to maximal echo from both threads, one can determine the distance between the threads at which the echo-free base line between these echoes on the screen just dis appears.
7(a). Instrument 7001 for ultrasonic ophthalmologic diagnosis (A-system) with electromagnetic counter and automatic camera. with a digital counter (300 divisions for a potentiometer angle of 270°) so that the particular test setting could be exactly reproduced. An electromagnetic counter provides continuous numbering of the echograms (on the screen and in the photos) and an automatic camera with electrical film transport permits rapid photography (Fig. 7). The range of probes developed by us is shown in Fig.
Measurements of the lens thickness and of the length of the eyeball axis are not of scientific interest alone. They are also of use in the dif ferentiation of megalocornea and buphthalmos, the diagnosis of genuine staphylomae and periodic checking where there is suspicion of phthisis bulbi. There are already quite a number of publications referring to length measurements (see introduction to this section). The individual authors confirm the utility of the method but use various correction factors to bring the results into agreement with those of other techniques.