The most sensitive test for detecting progression of Glaucoma. OCT is the prime test that can determine glaucoma progression objectively.
Slow and subtle changes in the optic nerve, need to be compared over years. High resolution images help in comparison and decision making
Zeiss HVF is the perfect tool for Objective assessment of visual field. It is the true indicator of glaucoma’s impact on the patient’s vision and helps in patient education about his/her disease status.
Delicate performance of this instrument gives precise readings of the eye pressure. All Glaucoma patients at GEI are managed based on their eye pressure readings of Applanation tonometer only.
The eye pressure recorded by any method is dependant on the thickness of the eyeball. The thicker the eyeball the higher the pressure readings. Hence, the eye pressure must be adjusted for the thickness of the eyeball.