Testing using a fluorescence sodium dye or other approved diagnostic methods.
A non-invasive procedure in which photographs are used to document the internal structures of the eye.
Inspection of the anterior chamber angle.
An examination technique that uses a computer to analyze the physical features and shape of the anterior surface of the cornea.
A procedure that uses a low-energy laser to image the structure of the retinal layers and optic nerve.
A test that determines the optical power of the eye and measures the combined function of the retina, optic nerve, and visual pathways in the brain.
A test that measures the combined function of the retina, optic nerve, and visual pathways in the brain.
A non-invasive procedure that uses a low-powered laser to image the cornea, iris, and anterior chamber of the eye.
This short test can be helpful for detecting a color vision problem but may pass persons incorrectly depending on the test conditions. In all cases, you should have a full-color vision diagnostic test from your doctor if you either miss or have difficulty with any plates