Ophthalmologist’s consultations and diagnostics – auto-refractive keratometry in both eyes, tonometry with pachymetry, subjective refraction to identify the best corrected visual acuity, biomicroscopy, assessment of colour vision, gonioscopy (if necessary),
Quantitative and qualitative research of eye movement disorders and strabismus,
Adjusting glasses and issue of a prescription,
Assessment of colour vision,
Tear duct probing,
Optical coherence tomography (OCT) of both eyes,
Fields of vision (periphery),
Tear duct probing.
Examinations using an autorefractokeratometer.
Visual acuity identification.
Identification of intraocular pressure (tonometry).
Colour vision test.
Computerised projection perimetry (including digital perimeter) – for the most accurate identification of the field of vision.
OCT system (Intraocular Optical Coherence Tomography of the Spectral Domain).
Heidelberg Engineering OCT Spectralis
A non-invasive diagnostic imaging method allowing to carry olut an accurate, detailed and fast examination of the retina, optic nerve and the anterior part of the eye (cornea, anterior chamber angle, sclera, iris, conjunctiva). OCT Spectralis examination provides high-contrast, detailed cross-sectional images of various structures of the eye allowing to assess the retina and optic nerve in patients with cataract.
The method does not require the use of pupil-dilating drops. Depending on the programme applied, the duration of the examination is 5-15 minutes.
Examination of a vision
Color vision test by Velhagen
Removal of a foreign object from the eye
Parameat blockades with novocaine solution and antibiotics
Ophthalmologist examination to receive a medical certificate for an educational institution
Evaluation of color vision
Quantitative and qualitative examination of eye movement disorders and strabismus
Tonometry (both eyes), evaluation of results in correlation with pachymetry data
Optical coherent tomography (OCT) of both eyes
Removal of a foreign body from the cornea
Fields of vision (perimetry)
Rust ring removal from the cornea
Removal of a foreign body from the conjunctiva
Initial consultation with an ophthalmologist (autorefractokeratometry of both eyes, tonometry with pachymetry, subjective refraction to determine the best corrected visual acuity,biomicroscopy. Evaluation of color vision, gonioscopy as needed.)