Luedde Exophthalmometer

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The luedde exophthalmometer is placed on the lateral orbital wall and is used to measure the protrusion of the eye through its transparent ruler. The Endocrine Society luedde exophthalmometer measures 3 3/8” long by 3/8” wide and comes with a protective leather storage sleeve and easy-cleaning instructions. Engraved with the Endocrine Society logo and millimeter measurement markings, this device is a must-have for any endocrinologist.


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