Optical Coherance Tomography (OCT)

• Useful for macular disorders and glaucoma

• On Heidelberg HRA-OCT spectralis with high resolution images

• Strong eye tracking with progression and followbility

• OCT with simultaneous auto-fluorescence, redfree, FFA and ICG modes

• 3-D view and volume scan with thickness map

Fundus Fluorescent Angiography (FFA)

• Heidelberg HRA + OCT spectralis

• Angiography with confocal scanning laser ophthalmoscopy (CSLO)

• Peripheral view with composite images

• FFA combined OCT and ICG

• High magnification with 20, 30 & 55 degrees field of view

ICG Angiography (Indocyaninegreen Angiography)

• To assess occult choroidal neovascularization and choroidal disorders

• ICG with simultaneous FFA, OCT and infrared

• ICG angiography with confocal scanning laser ophthalmoscopy technology

• Heidelberg HRA+OCT spectralis

Fundus Autofluorescence (FAF)

• Useful in age related macular degeneration and macular dystrophies

• On Heidelberg HRA+OCT spectralis

• Simultaneous with OCT

Visual Field Analysis (Perimetry)

• Humphrey field analyzer

• For glaucoma & neurological field analysis

B-Scan Ultrasound

• Useful to assess vitreous & retina in hazy media

• On compact touch

Fundus Photograph

• Non-mydriatic

• Canon digital retinal camera

• Photos on CDs as well as color print

Pascal laser (Argon Laser Photocoagulation)

• Introduced first time in Pakistan

• Multiple spots and variable different laser patterns

• Very convenient for patients

• Equally effective


• A Scan

• Keratometry

• Auto

• Manual on Javel Schotz

Specular Microscopy

• Assess corneal endothelium

• Corneal endothelium count

• Useful for corneal endothelial dystrophies


• To assess thickness of cornea

• Shows the adjustment of IOP in relation of corneal thickness

• With compact touch

• Report in printed form

YAG Laser

• Useful for posterior capsulotomy and laser iridotomy