KM-1 Maddox Cross
Maddox tangent graduation has been used to diagnose strabismus and other eye disorders.
KM-1 (Maddox Cross) is a medical device intended for diagnosing strabismus disease and other eye disorders:
- latent strabismus with the use of the Maddox rods,
- size of the objective angle in manifest strabismus,
- gamma angle,
- retinal correspondence.
KM-1 has the shape of a cross consisting of 4 arms with numerical scales. There is a light (LED) in the centre of the connector/plate, which is the zero point. The different graduation intervals correspond to arc degrees: the larger scale is used for testing from a distance of 5 m, and the smaller scale is used for testing from a distance of 1 m.
Packaging: 1 box, 670x140x40mm, weight ca. 2kg (gross)