Indicated Ophthalmological Examination

Indicated ophthalmological examinations are performed as recommended by an ophthalmologist:

  1. Measurement of intraocular pressure with a contact-free tonometer
  2. Examination and diagnostics of glaucoma
  3. Biometry – exact measurement of eye length and bending of the cornea
  4. Perimetry – examination of the scope and quality of field of view (peripheral vision)
  5. Corneal topography
  6. A-scan – ultrasonic eye examination
  7. B-scan – ultrasonic eye examination
  8. OCT (optical coherence tomography) – examination of eye structures
  9. Examination of the anterior eye segment
  10. Examination of the eye ground
  11. Colour perception test
  12. Fluorescein angiography (FAG)
  13. Gonioscopy
  14. Cover test
  15. Schirmer test
  16. Measurements with Hertel exophthalmometer
  17. Pachimtery