The Hess Screen allows to qualitatively and quantitatively evaluate eyeball mobility disorders. It’s a grey tangent screen for measuring and classifying strabismus.
Carrying out a test with the use of Hess Screen is simple and answers the question of which oculomotor muscles display paresis or lack of functions. After placing the results on the relevant charts you can read out names of muscles responsible for the eyeball mobility disorders.
The device delivered with accessories: the Red/Green Diplopia Goggles, an AC Adapter, a laser pointer, a remote control and CD with Hess Screen drawing