This instrument tests peripheral vision which can correlate to the location and diagnosis of tumors, strokes, aneurysms, plaquenil toxicity, and glaucoma.
This instrument tests retinal nerve fiber layers to see if there is thinning which can aid in the diagnosis of glaucoma. It is also crucial in the diagnosis of mild, moderate or advanced macular degeneration.
Also known as the imaging test, this instrument gives the widest view of the retina to detect eye infections, eye diseases, glaucoma, and macular degeneration. It gives us baseline data for future reference on a healthy eye and allows us to follow retinal diseases such as diabetes.
It also allows us to check for progression or hopefully, regression of retinal disorders.
This test gives us approximately a 90-95% accuracy reading of your prescription objectively.
This test measures ocular pressure to aid in the diagnosis of glaucoma.