Why do we provide eye screening?
Many degenerative eye diseases are age-related.
Often, symptoms of eye disease are not easily noticeable. Therefore, eye screening is necessary to detect the presence of eye diseases and initiate appropriate treatment at an early stage.
Eye screening can help provide participants with earlier treatment, appropriate medical advice, and further tests to help reduce the risk of complications arising from the eye disease.
Cataract is the leading cause of blindness in the developing world.
Degeneration of the eye’s crystalline lens causes blurring of vision, glare and changes in refractive error.
In its advanced stages, untreated cataract can induce acute glaucoma.
Glaucoma is the leading cause of irreversible blindness in the developed world.
Glaucoma has no symptoms at the early stages. However, progressive visual field loss can eventually lead to total loss of vision.
Macular degeneration can cause distortion or a loss of central vision.
Early stages of macular degeneration tend to progress slowly, but can worsen suddenly
Examination services include:
Height, weight and blood pressure measurement
Vision and eyesight testing
Retina and macula degeneration examination
Cornea and anterior chamber examination
Consultation with a qualified specialist ophthalmologist
Specialty examinations as necessary (visual fields/ macula and optic nerve OCT scans/fundus photos)
To find out more, or make a booking please visit: https://sdeye.hku.hk
Telephone hotline - 2551 0113
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Clinical Assistant Professor
Mr. Jordy Lau, Assistant Technical Manager
Ms Karina Lau, Enrolled Nurse
Ms Sandy Cheung, Optometrist
Ms Vienne Leung, Optometrist
Dr. Ming-Ming Zhu, Research Assistant
Mr David Wong, Research Assistant
Ms Josephine Ho, Executive Assistant
Ms Kammy Chung, Clinical Secretarial Assistant
Ms Wendy Leung, Clinical Secretarial Assistant
Ms Kobe Ngan, Clinical Secretarial Assistant
Southern District Signature Project Scheme (SPS), Southern District Council, The Government of Hong Kong SAR
HKD 50 Million for the Eye Examination Scheme
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