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OCT-Angiography (OCT-A) is a new state-of-the-art method of imaging circulation in the retinal and choroidal vascular network without the need for intravenous contrast administration. It is used in a variety of diseases such as age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy and vascular (arterial or venous) occlusion.

Digital fundus camera

Digital color photographic imaging of the fundus of the eye, the optic nerve, the macula and the peripheral region. The camera has the ability to 3D visualize the optic nerve and the macula.

vascular (arterial or venous) occlusion.

Visual fields

Examination of the visual field is the most common examination of the functionality of the optic nerve. It is based on the recognition by the examinee of bright stimuli of various sizes, which are projected by the examination device. Examination of the visual fields is usually used to diagnose and monitor glaucoma, but also to investigate neurological diseases.

vascular (arterial or venous) occlusion.

Corneal thickness measurement

Corneal thickness measurement is a special test that measures the thickness of the cornea. It is a very important test, both in the assessment of glaucoma and in the preoperative examination of patients who are about to undergo refractive surgery. It is a quick and painless test performed with a special electronic ultrasound caliper.

vascular (arterial or venous) occlusion.

Auto air-puff tonometer

Tonometry is a very common test that checks the internal pressure of the eye. The use of the air-puff tonometer has the advantage of being a non-contact method. Thus, it is not necessary to instill local anesthetic eye drops. The patient approaches the tonometer and looking straight ahead he feels a thrust from the air falling on the cornea. The test is completely painless and short without affecting vision.