A variety of diagnostic tests offered in our facility will enable the recognition of the disease entity, its cause, the severity of the disorder, as well to implement the best treatment

OCT – Optic Coherence Fundus Tomography

A non-invasive examination allowing for a detailed imaging of the eye structure and detecting any lesions connected with diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetes-related retina changes or eye cancers.


Diagnostic imaging used to examine the body tissue. It is a non-invasive method which enables getting a section image of the examined unit. Allows to recognise even the smallest abnormalities.


A non-invasive microscopy of skin surface. Using a dermatoscope allows for an effective recognition of lesions, a quick diagnosis, as well as making a decision to remove the lesion. Its main purpose is to diagnose melanoma and tell it apart from moles.


Examining the fundus of the eye provides information about the condition of our eyes. It allows to diagnose a number of diseases and to monitor the changes in the eye fundus which may result from systemic diseases such as high blood pressure or diabetes.


A basic eye test where the intraocular pressure is being measured using the Goldmann method. The examination result allows to either confirm or exclude glaucoma and ocular hypertension.


A method which allows for examining the iridocorneal angle in order to measure the width and establish the angle configuration, as well as to detect the damage and any abnormal accretion in its structure. Gonioscopy is one of the methods of eye testing conducted to recognise glaucoma and to classify it as an open or closed-angle glaucoma.


A test which determines if an eye produces enough tears to keep it moist. It defines the degree of the basic and reflex tear secretion. A basic test in case of the suspicion of the dry eye symptom and eye-wetting disorders<br />


An examination using the confocal microscope which allows for a thorough viewing of the structures of skin lesions or marks deep inside the skin. It is a lot more detailed examination when comparing to a regular microscope.


It is an innovative, non-invasive method used in early diagnosis of melanoma. The software in the videodermatoscope indicates the amount of pigmentation in skin marks and displays their characteristics (size, colour, symmetry, etc..) on screen. The difference between videodermatoscopy and regular dermatoscopy is the possibility to present the dermatoscopy image on a computer screen.


A state-of-the-art mobile autorefractor used mainly in children’s ophthalmology in diagnosing sight defects and failing eyesight. The examination is quick and non-invasive. The little patient can sit on parent’s laps during the procedure.

All tests may be performed in our clinic during a doctor’s consultation.