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Eye Diagnostic Equipment & Testing

Lehigh Valley Center for Sight has the latest Eye Diagnostic Equipment to aid in the management of eye disease.

Some of the diagnostic testing we provide include......

  • A Scan and B Scan ultrasound – measurements for cataract and IOL surgery, and diagnostic capabilities of the posterior segment of the eye, respectively

  • Automated Refraction – aids in determining the need for glasses or contacts

  • Corneal Endothelial Cell Count – measures the number and health of the cells responsible for corneal clarity

  • Corneal Hysteresis (Ocular Response Analyzer) – assesses the cornea’s ability to absorb and dissipate energy and has been shown to be independently predictive of visual field progression in glaucoma 

  • Corneal Pachymetry – measures corneal thickness for evaluation of refractive procedures and glaucoma management

  • Corneal Topography – maps out corneal surface for evaluation 

  • Fluorescein Angiography – diagnostic procedure that uses a special camera to take a series of pictures of the retina for careful study

  • Fundus Photography – documentation of retinal lesions and optic nerve appearance

  • Goldman Tonometry – measures intraocular pressure

  • IOL Master – scanning device that is used to determine the power of an intraocular lens implant prior to cataract surgery. This state-of-the-art laser system evaluates the length of the eye, surface curvature and anterior chamber depth with great accuracy

  • OCT (Optical Coherence Tomography) – computerized, high-technology device that provides information about the optic nerve, macula, and other structures 

  • Visual Field Testing – maps out field-of-vision for glaucoma and neurological conditions

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