Ophthalmological collection

The ophthamological collection is comprised of ophthamological and optic devices and aids for diagnostics from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The objects were all part of the inventory of the Optic clinic ever since the Royal University ophthamological clinic in Zagreb in 1923, and the ambulances in which were equipped with the most modern diagnostics devices, and as were definitely not inferior to any institution of that kind.

The majority of devices and aids were created by famous world inventors from the field of optics and ophthalmology (Carl ZeissRichard FörsterEmile Javal and others) and the collected items include almost all devices which comprised a very well equipped ambulance and so enabled precise diagnostics and scientific work.

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