Ophthalmological examinations are recommended for everyone, regardless of age and gender, and specialists recommend having them every 2 years. This check-up is also especially intended for people who have a family history of eye pathologies, or who have signs of blurred vision, headaches, visual fatigue, black spots, dry eyes and sensitivity to light—to name but a few symptoms—and do not know the cause.
What it is
Medical consultation. Coordination, follow-up, delivery of results and monitoring
Visual acuity and ophthalmoscopic examination
Eyelid and muscle examination
Campimetry (where applicable)
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