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Specular microscopy is used in measuring endothelial cell density. It is particularly important in :
This package is for both eyes.
Location: St. Luke’s Medical Center Global City Tan Eng Gee Eye Institute
Low endothelial cell counts and pre-existing dystrophies can markedly reduce the potential for positive surgical outcomes from an otherwise uneventful cataract surgery.
It is incumbent on refractive surgeons to carefully assess the corneal health prior to performing or recommending an elective corneal surgery to enhance the potential for positive surgical outcomes.
Specular microscopy is an invaluable tool to screen for corneal diseases as such as Fuchs’ Dystrophy, keratoconus, other corneal dystrophies, and trauma.
Specular microscopy provides a highly detailed view of the integrity and distress of the cornea from the endothelium.
In stereopsis tests, slightly different images are shown to each eye, such that a 3D image is perceived in case stereovision is present.
Fluorescein Angiography and OCT Macula
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