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ROC (Complete Ophthalmic)

In a ROC our medical team depth analysis of all structures of the eye:

1. Cornea
2. Ocular pressure (IOP)
3. Exact diopters (objective and subjective analysis by an ophthalmologist)
4. Tear
5. Eye dry
6. Retina
7. Macula
8. Tabs

What is a ROC?

In a ROC analysis of all structures behind front EYE and VISION.
Then you can view all reviews that are conducted on the visit.



Our team optometrist makes a series of questions to the patient: family history, allergies, interventions that have been made ​​etc., Which are recorded in medical history. So any member of our medical team will always present the personal situation of each patient.



Objective refraction 

With a refractometer they look the patient diopters.
This test gives us an objective diopters.


Corneal topography 

Is performed with a corneal topographer. This test provides information about the curvature of the cornea. Here we see if the patient has astigmatism, keratoconus, or some kind of anomaly in the cornea.


Subjective refraction and visual acuity 

Our team optometrist, ophthalmologist with, makes a personal visit and subjective view of the patient. With subjective refraction confirm and refine the exact diopters objectively given us the refractometer. At this point we analyze the patient's vision: myopia, presbyopia, cataracts.


Tonometry (IOP) 

A tonometer flattening our medical team takes the patient's eye pressure. Ocular pressure should be controlled as much high pressure can cause irreversible.
Here we discard the possibility that the patient has glaucoma.



The ophthalmologist applied to analyze the fluorescein tear.
Analyzed and tear tabs.
Here we look at the possibility that the patient has dry eye.



The ophthalmologist dilates the pupil to analyze the Fundus: the retina and lamàcula and get a complete analysis of both.
Here we look at possibilities retina, AMD, Diabetic Retinopathy, etc..

ROC is recommended once a year.
It is also advisable to get an ROC cases:

  • Demonstrate eye pain 
  • Legañas 
  • Eyes glued morning 
  • itchy eye 
  • constant tearing 
  • Poor distance vision even with glasses 
  • Vision lights or flies 
  • red Eye 
  • Foreign body sensation in the eye 
  • When there is a family that has suffered glaucoma 
  • When you have been diagnosed with cataracts, diabetes, hypertension, high myopia

Frequent questions

Not the same purpose.
Not the same.
So not only looks at the specific problem that the patient, it is an in-depth analysis of all structures of the eye (retina, cornea, eye pressure looks, the tears, the diopters, etc.. .)
This is a global control of the health of the eyes, both visually and in terms Eye.

We have enough technology and professional team to conduct a Comprehensive Ophthalmic therefore all tests we do at our center.

There is no minimum age, because from birth we keep track of the vision and structure of the eyes to prevent future problems.

It is advisable to get an ROC once a year.
It is also important to get an ROC in cases with a family history of eye problems.

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