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Test Yourself

1. Amsler chart

If any of the straight lines are distorted, you may have early signs of age-related macular degeneration

2. Snellen chart

If you are holding reading material at an arm’s length and are finding it difficult to read small print, you may have presbyopia

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Diagnostic Tests

1. OCT scan

An Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) scan is a sophisticated way to scan the deeper layers of the eye to detect any abnormalities which cannot be viewing directly. This helps in making the diagnosis without the use of invasive investigations

2. Anterior segment photography

Anterior segment photography is a photo of the structures of the front of the eye for keeping a record and monitoring of your eye condition

3. Fundus photography

Posterior segment or fundus photography is a photo of the back of the eye or retina which helps to keep a record of your retinal condition and monitor its progress if required

Laser Treatment

1. Multispot laser treatmentr

Although anti-VEGF injections are available for treating various retinal conditions, laser treatment is necessary for treating certain retinal conditions. You will be advised if this treatment is suitable for you. The multispot laser makes the treatment quick and painless and is performed under anaesthetic drops.

2. YAG laser

YAG laser is used to perform a capsulotomy which is removing the cloudy lens capsule, a frequent occurrence after cataract surgery. It is also used to treat certain types of glaucoma such as narrow angle glaucoma. It is a safe and simple procedure and performed under anaesthetic drops

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