Orthopsy is responsible for the detection, re-education, re-adaptation and functional exploration of oculomotor disturbances of vision. It is concerned, for instance, with strabisms, oculomotric paralysis, amblyopies, reeducation of binoculary vision disturbances, low-visions and visual perception disturbances. In extension, the orthoptic conducts all complementary ophthalmalogical exams, especially before cataract or retinal surgery, for the detection of glaucoma...

Concretely, the specialist conducts:
orthoptic assessments and reeducation - visual detection in children - adaptations of contact lenses - visual fields, GDX and pachymetry, in the case of glaucoma detection - biometrics before cataract surgery


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