Diagnostic And Imaging Services

A-Scan Biometry

This is a diagnostic process that uses ultrasound devices. This helps in measuring the power of IOL (intra-ocular lens) and is essential for cataract surgeries. It also helps to measure the length of the eye.


This is also an assessment done via ultrasound. It helps in visualizing leision, including location, shape, borders and size. This can be used to detect retinal detachment, foreign bodies.


This measures the curvature of the cornea and detects its power.

Specular microscopy

This helps to visualize the endothelium cells of cornea with high magnification.


Pachymetry is done with the help of a device called pachymeter which measures the thickness of the entire cornea.


This procedure helps to study a part of the eye called the drainage angle. It is done to check signs of glaucoma.


Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is an imaging test used to visualize the cross-section of retina.


This helps in choosing the best implant for cataract surgery- standard, toric or multifocal. It also helps to detect the aberration of cornea and lens.


This is used to determine the intra-ocular pressure i.e. the pressure inside the eye

Corneal topography/Oculyzer

It shows the surface of the inner eye and helps to monitor cornea.

Automated Perimetry

It helps to measure the field of vision which is useful to detect glaucoma.

Digital Fundus Angiography

It helps to study the blood circulation of retina and further helps in the treatment of retinal disorders.

Indirect Opthalmoscopy

This is a process by which doctors can examine the peripheral retina.

Fundus photography/OPTOS

This is a procedure by which we can take 200 degree photo of retina.

UBM (Ultrasound Biomicroscopy)

This is an ultrasound imaging system. When a light source is unable to penetrate into the eye, then UBM can be used to detect the abnormalities of the anterior part of eye.

DFP (Digital Fundus Photography)

This is a procedure used to document the abnormalities of retina.