Indirect Ophthalmoscopy - which gives a detailed view of your pet's retinas (the film in the camera, visual layer).
.Fluorescein dye testing - to determine if there is a scratch or ulceration of the cornea.
Schirmer Tear Testing - to determine if there is enough or the watery portion of the tears being produced to keep the cornea clear and healthy.
Tonometry - the evaluate if the pressure within the eye is too high (glaucoma) or too low (uveitis - inflammation).
Gonioscopy - for this test, a topical anesthetic is placed on the eye to freeze the cornea so there is no discomfort and a lens is placed on the cornea allowing a view of the area where fluid drains out of the eye.
Diagnosis and medical treatment of ophthalmic conditions including:
- Congenital Defects (birth defects)
- Eye injuries
- Orbital disease
- Ocular and orbital tumors
- Eyelid diseases
- Third eyelid gland prolapse (Cherry eye)
- Dry eye
- Corneal disease
- Cataracts and luxated lenses
- Uveitis (inflammation within the eye)
- Retinal disease
- Vision loss