In the ophthalmology clinic, the assessment of visual capacity, tone and ocular motility is performed; examination of the overall transparency of the lens and, after pupil dilation, evaluation of the retina to detect imperfections or often asymptomatic ruptures. Orthoptic evaluation is also available, which consists of examining the binocular vision to highlight the presence of misalignment of the visual axes, amblyopia and anomaly of the stereopsis (perception of three-dimensionality). This assessment is particularly important in children for early detection of small strabismus and visual deficits from amblyopia; in adults to identify binocular fusive problems that can create discomfort during application, particularly in studying, reading and using the computer). In addition, the examination of the computerized visual field and analyzer of the fibers of the optic nerve, tests for the early diagnosis of ocular hypertone and glaucoma are carried out. Ocular hypertonicity is a subtle and silent pathology for many years. It is very important to make an early diagnosis and establish adequate therapy to avoid serious damage to visual function caused by the prolongation of endocular hypertonia and subsequent glaucoma which causes narrowing of the visual field and atrophy of the optic nerve fibers.

  • Visual field examination
  • Fundus oculi examination
  • Hess screen
  • Corneal tomography
  • Tonometry
  • Orthoptic evaluation
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