Computerized Perimetry

Perimetry is a non-invasive method of examination

Which detects changes in the visual field for different reasons, particularly due to the damage of the optic nerve in patients who suffer from glaucoma.
In our clinic, we have installed perimeter Optopol PTS 2000 which is very reliable and precisely detects changes in the visual field.


Strabismus is deviation of the eye (optic axis) of one or both eyes. Deviation may be within – towards the nose and called convergent Strabismus i.e. with new terminology Esotropia, or outside that is called divergent Strabismus or Exotropia. Optic axis deviation may be upward – Hypertyropia and lower Hypotropia, or can be found different combinations, horizontal Strabismus with vertical components, rotational etc.

Normal development of the eye and optic tract (ways of seeing) develop also the binocular vision (vision with two eyes). Binocular vision must be coordinated so that the images of two eyes come together in one and in this manner we have a three-dimensional image (stereovision).
If the sharpness of vision is not good and visual axes are not parallel it is not possible to develop stereoscopic vision.

The three main types of surgery are

- Muscle weakness

- Muscle strengthening

- Changing the position of the muscles

Muscle weakening procedures

- Reccesion (Retropositio)

- Marginal myotomy

- Posterior fixation suture (Faden procedure)

Muscle strengthening procedures

- Resection (Myectomy)

- Trucking (Duplication, folding)

- Anteroposition

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