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SPECTRAL OPTICAL COHERENT TOMOGRAPHY OF THE RETINA AND OPTIC NERVE (SOCT)
Spectral optical coherence tomography (SOCT) is one of the most modern methods of diagnosis of diseases of the retina. Uses optical scanning for accurate imaging details of the eye structure, allows to view the subsequent layers section. SOCT is used in the diagnosis: macular degeneration related to age (AMD), diabetic retinopathy and fovea edema of other origin, macula hole, macular fibrosis or central serous retinopathy.
OPTICAL COHERENT TOMOGRAPHY OF THE RETINA AND OPTIC NERVE IN SWEPT SOURCE TECHNOLOGY (SS-OCT)
SS OCT – optical coherent tomography of the retina and optic nerve by Swept Source technology. SS-OCT allows to obtain higher scanning speed, much better penetration into the structures of the eye up to the sclera and getting a better final resolution of the obtained images compared to the most currently distributed spectral devices (SOCT). Application in SS-OCT TRITON a wavelength of 1050 nm (infrared) provides much better tissue penetration than the red light used in SOCT. Infrared light is also less scattered that allows you to better visualize the back of the cortex of the vitreous body and its structures. SS-OCT is used to diagnose: macular degeneration related to age (AMD), diabetic retinopathy and macula edema of other origin, hole in macula, macular fibrosis or central serous retinopathy.
ANGIO OCT (OCTA)
Angiography of the streams without infusing shading agent (contrast). Allows you to evaluate the blood vessels of the choroid. The OCT angiogram is used to diagnose: macular degeneration associated with age (AMD), diabetic retinopathy, thrombosis of central vein of retina, embolism of the central retinal artery.
Fluorescein angiography is a diagnostic test consisting in the capturing of a series of photographs of the fundus or iris after intravenous infusion of contrast medium (fluorescein). Examination allows to show the circulation in the retinal vessels, and indirectly of the vascular membrane, as well as to assess the status of the retinal pigment epithelium and the retinal vessels that are not visible during the eye fundus examination. FA is important in diabetic retinopathy, retinal degenerations, diseases of
INDOCYANINE GREEN ANGIOGRAPHY (ICG)
Indocyanine angiography is a diagnostic test consisting in the capturing a series of fundus photographs following intravenous injection of a contrast agent (green indocyanine – ICG). The examination complements fluorescence angiography and allows you to enhance the blood circulation in the structures of the choroid, located under the retina. Through research we are able to expand the ophthalmological diagnosis with information which is important mainly in the treatment of retina diseases with anti-VEGF injections. It is especially important in cases where the effects of the injection therapy are not satisfactory and you need to find an alternative method.
PERIMETRY (visual field testing)
Perimetry is an examination which allows detection of defects in the visual field that may indicate degenerations of the retina and optic nerve in diseases such as: glaucoma, retinal dystrophy.
|Computer perimetry (SAP)||40-70 PLN||Gliwice|
|Short wavelenght computer perimetry (b/y, SWAP) or flash (flicker)||70-100 PLN||Gliwice|
Ultrasound examination of the eye and orbit is a pictorial non-invasive diagnostic method that allows to evaluate lesions in the eyeball and the eye socket. Enables recognition of diseases such as: retinal detachment, tumors, damage of the vitreous body and the retina associated with diabetes.
Examination of intraocular pressure by use of the Goldmann method or pneumonometry
PACHYMETRY (cornea thickness measurement)
Pachymetry is a diagnostic study aimed at measuring the corneal thickness, which is an important parameter taken into calculation during the measure of intraocular pressure.
Topographic map of the cornea visualized with the help of a computer system is a useful tool used in the diagnosis of defects of the cornea. Indications for study are: the suspicion of disease, keratoconus, astigmatism. Corneal topography is a major study when qualifying the patient for laser correction of vision defects. The study painless, contactless and takes a few minutes.
Automatic examination of vision defects. Allows to determine the value of the defect in cases of: hyperopia, myopia and astigmatism.
CONTACT LENSES FITTING
HARD LENSES FITTING
CURVE OF INTRAOCULAR PRESSURE (five measurements)
Based on performing measurements of pressure in equal time intervals. Runs every 3 hours examination allows us to determine the curve of pressure. The study is often used in the diagnosis of glaucoma.
CONTROL EXAMINATION FOR DEMODEX
Examination in the direction of confirm Demodex infection . Rely on gathering material from eyelids and laboratory diagnosis.
SOCT/SS OCT without consult visit
SOCT/SS OCT with consult visit
CHECK – UP EXAMINATIONS
|Control visit up to 1 month after examinations||100-150 PLN||Gliwice|
|+ Optical coherent tomography of the retina and optic nerve (SOCT/SS OCT)||+50 PLN||Gliwice|
|+ USG examination||+50 PLN||Gliwice|
|+ Computer perimetry (field of vision examination)||+50 PLN||Gliwice|
|First examination after:|
– cataract surgery, vitrectomy, oculoplasctic surgery
– procedures: intravitreal injections, laser vision correction,
|Free of charge||Gliwice|
Price list validity date: from 1 January 2019.
If additional tests are required, prices may change and the patient will be informed about this.