Ophthalmology is the branch of medicine dealing with eye, tear system and eyelid disorders.
Periodic and complete ophthalmic examination is part of routine care since many eye diseases are silent or asymptomatic. Ophthalmic examination can detect diseases with potential for blindness, eye manifestations of a systemic illness or signs of tumors or other cerebral anomalies.
Ophthalmic assessment includes eyeball external examination, testing visual acuity, pupil function, field of vision, intraocular pressure, and eye structure examinations through the dilated pupil (eye fundus).
The visual acuity test checks for distance viewing. Named also the ability of visual perception, this is verified by means of eye chart numbers.
Perimetry (field of vision) comprises the set of points in space that the eye can perceive when it is immobile. Instrumental exploration uses a luminous moving test and records the different places where it becomes visible to the patient.
Refractometry determines and quantifies eye refraction disorders. Following these determinations, dioptres for glasses or contact lenses are established.
- Dr. Tudor Corina – primary ophthalmologist
- Dr. Agape Violeta – specialist in ophthalmology, consultations settled by CJAS
- ophthalmology consultation
- eye contact ophthalmology (establishing diopters and contact lenses)
- dilated eye exam
- eyeglasses prescription
Dr. Tudor Corina
- Friday: 15:30 – 18:00
Dr. Agape Violeta
- Monday: 14:00 – 19:00
- Wednesday: 13:00 – 19:00
- Thursday: 08:00 – 14:30
- Friday: 08:00 – 13:00
|Dr. Agape Violeta||14:00 – 19:00||–||13:00 – 19:00||08:00 – 14:30||08:00 – 13:00||–|
|Dr. Tudor Corina||–||–||–||–||15:30 – 18:00||–|