Change in Vision Evaluation
The evaluation of a vision change requires a history and complete eye examination.
Physical findings in someone with a vision change may include:
Tests are necessary to confirm the diagnosis of a vision change.
Tests that may be used to evaluate a vision change includes:
- Visual acuity measurement
- Slit lamp examination
- Vision refraction testing
- Glaucoma screening
- Checks the entire visual field
- Funduscopic examination:
- Normal retina
- Glaucoma retina
- A special lens is used to examine the flow of fluid through the eye.
- Intraocular pressure measurement:
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