Diagnostic Examinations & Preventive Controls

All diagnostic tests and checks are performed, related to diseases of the cornea in refractive surgery with laser, glaucoma, diseases of the fundus and child ophthalmology and neuro-ophthalmology.

ICG Indocyanine Angiography

ICG Indocyanine Angiography

What exactly is angiography? Angiography is a diagnostic test that allows the ophthalmologist to thoroughly study the area of the retina (the light sensitive tunic to the capture...
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Wavefront analysis

Wavefront analysis

What is Wavefront Technology (wavefront analysis)? For some years, astronomers use wavefront technology to correct atmospheric diversions, significantly improving the quality of the image obtained by telescopes....
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Biometry

Biometry

What exactly is the examination of biometry? Biometry is a basic and necessary test that must always be carried out thoroughly before cataract surgery. With biometrics, we predetermine...
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Fundoscopy

Fundoscopy

What exactly is fundoscopy?     Fundoscopy is defined as the review of the fundus, i.e. control of the retina and the vitreous, in order to diagnose...
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Endotheliometry

Endotheliometry

What is the role of the endothelium? The endothelium is the inner layer of the cornea. The main function of the endothelium is to remove the liquid (leaks)...
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Electrophysiology

Electrophysiology

In the electrophysiology laboratory of vision the following tests can be carried out: electroretinogram caused by diffused light (flash full field ERG) electroretinogram caused by visual stimulus (pattern...
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Keratometry

Keratometry

What exactly is keratometry? Keratometry is a procedure used to measure the curvature of the cornea (corneal curvature). It is performed by an ophthalmologist, with the...
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Pupillometry

Pupillometry

What exactly is pupillometry? Pupillometry is called the screening method that involves measuring the diameter of the pupil and changes thereof under the influence of various...
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Glaucoma study

Glaucoma study

What exactly is glaucoma? Glaucoma (glaucoma) is a common eye disease affecting millions of people. It is characterized as an insidious and irreversible eye condition that can even...
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Optical perimetry (Visual fields)

Optical perimetry (Visual fields)

What exactly is the examination of the visual fields? The examination of optical perimetry (visual fields), is, undoubtedly, the most widespread examination of the functionality of the...
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Ultrasonography

Ultrasonography

What exactly is ultrasonography? Ocular ultrasonography is a special diagnostic ophthalmological examination based on ultrasound technology (acoustic waves specific frequency), for the study of the eyeball...
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Corneal topography

Corneal topography

What exactly is the corneal topography? The corneal topography (corneal topography) is a special test by which we can acquire useful information (through a series of...
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Tonometry

Tonometry

What exactly is tonometry? Tonometry (tonometry) is a very common test that controls the pressure in the eye (intraocular pressure - determines the pressure of the...
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HRT tomography

HRT tomography

The optical disc and macular HRT (Heidelberg Retinal Tomography) is now a serious diagnostic weapon for both the glaucoma disease (papilla tomography), and for various maculopathies...
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Retinoscopy

Retinoscopy

What exactly is retinoscopy? Retinoscopy is an eye exam that is the safest way of determining the refractive problem of a child or a young person...
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Corneal pachymetry

Corneal pachymetry

What exactly is the examination of corneal pachymetry? The pachymetry (pachymetry) of the cornea is a special examination which measures the thickness of the cornea. The...
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