Eye examination

The eye examination is divided into different steps.

Medical History

At reception, a patient is asked for personal information of a general and ophthalmic nature.

General Eye examination

This takes place after the essential diagnostic tests and is divided into a series of further tests and clinical observations:

  • Biomicroscopy
  • Tonometry (Measurement of ocular pressure)
  • Autorefractometry
  • Natural and corrected visual acuity
  • Cyclopegia
  • Fundus Oculi Examination (Retina)
Autorefractometry

Autorefractometry

Biomicroscopy

Biomicroscopy

Fundus Oculi Examination (Retina)

Fundus Oculi Examination (Retina)

HOW TO PREPARE FOR YOUR EYE EXAMINATION

Orthoptic examination

This is a clinical and diagnostic assessment of ocular motility, fusional vergence, stereopsis, and of binocular vision. A more in-depth examination of these aspects of visual function is essential in the treatment of children and adolescents, and is of great importance in adult patients.

We use technical cookies and third party cookies to improve our services. By continuing to browse, you agree to the use of cookies.
For further information or to find out how to change your settings and block cookies, please see our privacy policy.