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CTRC Ophthalmology Core (CHOP)

Director: Binenbaum, Gil, MD, MSCE

Summary:

The Clinical and Translational Research Center (CTRC) offers ophthalmological testing services for children. The Ophthalmology Core at CHOP’s CTRC was established to provide clinical and translational research services in ophthalmology for the assessment of visual function and structure.

Services provided include:
• Eye exams (includes visual acuity, recognition acuity, grating acuity, motility, slit lamp exam / anterior segment evaluation,
external segment evaluation, fundus exam, refraction, best corrected)
o Contrast sensitivity
o Color vision testing
• Optical coherence tomography (OCT) tests of the:
o Anterior segment
o Posterior segment – optic nerve
o Posterior segment – retina
• Visual field measures:
o Using Humphrey
o Using Goldman
• Full field sensitivity testing
• Electroretinography
• Visual evoked potential
• Fundus photography
• Ocular ultrasound
• Professional interpretation of all tests is also available

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Last updated: 2016-06-09T14:46:23.570-04:00

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