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Diagnostic Tests

  • Fundus Photography
    A special examination technique in which photographs are made of the internal structures of the eye.
  • Corneal Topography
    An examination technique that allows us to analyze the physical features and shape of the anterior surface of the cornea.  
  • Retinal Scanning Lasers
    A procedure that uses low-energy laser to image the structure of the retinal layers and optic nerve. 
  • External Ocular Photography
    A non-invasive procedure in which photographs are used to document conditions of the external structures of the eye.
  • Specular Microscopy
    A non-invasive procedure in which photomicrographs are used to evaluate the structure and function of the corneal endothelium.
  • Refraction
    A test that determines the optical power of the eye and measures the combined function of the retina, optic nerve and visual pathways in the brain.
  • Visual Field Examination
    A test that measures the combined function of the retina, optic nerve and visual pathways in the brain.
  • Optomap Retinal Exam
    OPTOS laser imaging technology is used for the early detection of retinal disease.
  • I-Zon Aberrometry
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