Ophthalmology is a field of medicine investigating visual organs pathology as well as methods of their diagnostics, treatment and prevention.
Our eyes give us almost 90% of the information about the world around us, so the importance of the full functioning of the organs of vision can hardly be overestimated. Even minor problems can significantly worsen the quality of life, so the qualified help of an ophthalmologist is in great demand among people of all ages. You can get it in the department of ophthalmology in Bila Tserkva, working on the basis of the clinic of CBS.
Modern ophthalmology is a field of medicine, which deals with the study of pathologies of eyesight organs and methods of their diagnostics, treatment and prevention. It enables highly informative and accurate examinations with the help of innovative equipment and subsequent provision of timely and effective medical support.
Do you want a comprehensive diagnosis and effective treatment based on evidence-based medicine protocols? Visiting CBS will allow you to get these services from highly qualified ophthalmologists, and progressive technologies and proven treatment protocols will slow down or completely stop pathological processes in the organs of vision.
An ophthalmologist is a specialized doctor who provides diagnosis, therapy (conservative, surgical) and prevention of pathologies of the vision system. An examination by an ophthalmologist is necessary to identify and begin treatment of conditions such as:
Accurate diagnosis in ophthalmology is the most important part of patient care. A consultation with an ophthalmologist at the CBS Clinic includes all necessary types of modern diagnostics, which will ensure that the correct diagnosis is made and the treatment of detected ophthalmic diseases is initiated.
You should make an appointment to see an ophthalmologist if you have any of the following symptoms:
Visits to an ophthalmologist are also required for preventive purposes. Annual consultations by an ophthalmologist are necessary for early detection of possible eye problems for all persons under 40-45 years of age. At older ages, examinations should be performed every 6 months. Also diagnostics for preventive care is recommended before every school year and during pregnancy, because during pregnancy the burden on eyesight organs increases (because of increase of blood flow and rise of blood pressure).
Visits to an ophthalmologist may be more often recommended to people at risk or to patients with various chronic and progressive ophthalmologic diseases. Modern ophthalmology makes it possible to detect pathological changes at early stages and prevent their further development, which very often makes it possible to prevent partial or complete loss of vision and disability.
During the first consultation, the ophthalmologist carefully reads the patient's complaints and asks additional questions about the patient's existing medical conditions, the medications regularly taken, and the various nuances of the symptoms detected. If the patient has findings from previous examinations, the specialist will be sure to review them.
After the conversation and anamnesis collection, the doctor examines the eyelids and tears ducts, evaluates the condition of the pupils and their reaction to light. Your eyesight is then checked for visual acuity. To check refraction quality, an ophthalmologist's appointment is supplemented by ophthalmoscopy (examination of the eye fundus). If necessary other diagnostic methods are prescribed.
Women are not advised to wear make-up before visiting an ophthalmologist because make-up interferes with eye-dropping and diagnostic manipulations. After using the drug to dilate the pupil, you should not sit behind the wheel, because it takes some time for the full recovery of vision. It is better if someone accompanies you when you return home.
An ophthalmologist uses such techniques to detect possible eye pathologies as:
If it is necessary to clarify the underlying causes of the pathology, the patient is prescribed laboratory tests of blood and urine or consultations with narrow specialists (endocrinologist, neurologist, cardiologist, etc.).
A comprehensive eye examination helps your doctor make an accurate diagnosis and select an effective therapy plan. In ophthalmology, both conservative methods, which include pharmacotherapy and physiotherapy, and surgical methods are used for treatment.
At the UCM Clinic in Bila Tserkva, ophthalmic treatment is performed by a consulting ophthalmologist and an ophthalmic surgeon. There are all necessary conditions to perform various therapeutic procedures and ophthalmic surgeries (in particular, cataract and glaucoma surgery). Retro- and parabulbar, subconjunctival and intravitreal injections are performed in sterile conditions of the surgical box (on an outpatient basis). In some cases, transcranial micropolarization is prescribed to prevent ophthalmologic diseases and improve the quality of vision.
Ophthalmology at CBS is:
Do you have vision problems and need lenses or glasses? Are you looking for a qualified ophthalmologist for a consultation on troubling symptoms or previously diagnosed conditions? Visit an ophthalmologist in Bila Tserkva at CBS for a comprehensive diagnosis. Our contact centre operators will help you make an appointment with an ophthalmologist. You can also use the feedback form on the website of the Centre for Brain Stimulation.
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