Ophthalmology is the branch of medicine specializing in the anatomy, function and diseases of the eye. Ophthalmologists specialize in the medical and surgical treatment of eye disorders, vision measurements for glasses, eye muscle exercises, and the prevention of blindness. Cataract is the loss of transparency of the lens in the eye; it may follow injury, infection, or aging. Cataract surgery is one of the most common procedures in the United States with more than 22 million Americans age 40 and older affected by cataracts.

Ophthalmology PROCEDURES

  • Biopsy –conjunctiva, eyelid, and cornea

  • Blepharoplasty, blepharoptosis repair

  • Blepharotomy, drainage of abscess, eyelid Canthoplasty

  • Cataract Removal

  • Corneal relaxing incision

  • Corneal refractive procedure
  • Corneal stromal procedure
  • Closure of lacrimal punctum
  • Correction of everted punctum
  • Complex repair of wound
  • Dacyrocystorhinostomy
  • Ectropion, Entropion Repair
  • Exam under Anesthesia
  • Excision – lesion tumor, mass, lipoma, cyst (benign and malignant)
  • Excision of Chalazion
  • Excision of pterygium with or with out graft
  • Extra capsular cataract extraction
  • Eye muscle surgery
  • Eyelid revision
  • Foreign body removal
  • Incision and drainage of lacrimal sac
  • Injection of air, liquid, medication, therapeutic agent into eye
  • Iridectomy
  • Lateral canthotomy, severing of tarsorraphy
  • McCannel suture of iris
  • Paracentisis of eye
  • Phacoemulsification with or with out IOL insertion
  • Plastic repair of canaliculi
  • Probing and/or dilation oflacrimal system with or without stent
  • Ptosis repair
  • Removal of implanted material, blood clot, foreign body
  • Removal of vitreous
  • Repositioning of intraocular lens
  • Removal of implanted material, blood clot, foreign body
  • Removal of vitreous
  • Repositioning of intraocular lens
  • Trabeculectomy
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