All diagnostic tests are performed by dedicated ophthalmic technicians.
The results are normally available for collection shortly after the test has been carried out.
Alternatively, we can send the results by email or post to the referring specialist. All imaging results are printed on photographic quality gloss paper.
Used to assess the central and peripheral vision of the eye
Analysis of the optic nerve head.
Used to record the internal pressure of the eyes.
A specialist neurological visual testing method
Digital mapping of the retinal sections in the back of the eye.
Examination of the circulation of the retina using a yellow tracing dye.
Examination of the choroid layer of blood vessels which lie under the retina, using a green tracing dye.
Auto Fluorescence Photography
Imaging of the retinal pigmentation.
To capture images of the retina.
Contrast imaging to view the surface of the retina.
Required before cataract surgery using ultrasound if required.
Non-contact method of measuring the curvature of the cornea.
Used to assess the thickness of the cornea.