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The colored part of our eye is named iris. There is a
transparent, watch-glass shaped cornea layer outmost which covers it. The
orifice in the middle of the iris is called pupil. The white layer of the eye
is sclera layer and the transparent membrane structure which covers it outmost
is conjunctiva. There is a crystalline lens in the back of the iris.
The liquid in the form of a gel which we call vitreous
fill the inside of the eyeball. The nerve fiber layer which covers this orifice
is called retina. Right below it, there is the vein layer which we call the
choroid. At the back of the eye that we can see through the lens, there is an
optical disc in which our visual nerve appear is observed as round, in pink and
white color. Also, there is a section called the macula which is darker in
color than the environment and enables us to see in detail. The rays that reach
our eyes, fall into the retina region after passing through the tears, cornea
and lens. From here, they are transmitted to the visual cortex in our brain
through nerve fibers. The stimuluses arranged here become a meaningful image.
For a good vision, all these structures and ocular muscles surrounding the
eyeball should be healthy.
Corneal Diseases: Diseases related to anterior segment
structures of the eye such as keratoconus, corneal infections, allergic
keratoconjunctivitis, corneal transplantation, dry eye, pterygium are evaluated
and treated. Examination methods such as dry eye examination tests and tear osmolality,
specular microscopy, corneal topography, anterior segment photography, anterior
segment OCT (tomography), corneal pachymetry are used in evaluation of the
diseases. Corneal transplantation surgery, cross-linking treatment in
keratoconus, autologous serum and punctual plug treatments, amniotic membrane
graft surgery, stem cell transplantation, suture less pterygium surgery are performed.
Cataract and Refraction Surgery: The most appropriate
lens and method are determined by detailed evaluating the patients before the
operation. Cataract surgery is performed by phacoemulsification method by using
drop anesthesia, 2 mm incision and the latest technology devices. In our
hospital, cataract surgery method is performed with the help of Femtosecond
Laser. In this method, operation is nonsurgical performed, astigmatism
correction can be performed during the operation. During the operation; long,
middle and close distance corrections are performed on the patients whose eyes
are suitable for it, by using specialty lenses (trifocal and astigmatic lenses).
The latest technological devices (IOL Master 700) are used in lens measurement.
Pupil repair is also performed in required patients. Cataract surgery is
successfully applied in patients with small pupils, diabetes, macular
degeneration, uveitis and infant patients as well. Where necessary, YAG Laser
Capsulotomy is performed in patients.
Glaucoma: All our patients are evaluated from the point
of glaucoma during routine examination. The patients who have been diagnosed
with glaucoma are regularly checked, are detailedly and regularly followed-up
by performing the visual field inspections, evaluation of the angle via OCT and
Scheimflug topography, glaucoma OCT, photographic follow-up and pachymetry
inspections of the optic disc in patients if necessary. Glaucoma surgery,
glaucoma implants and YAG laser iridology are applied in patients with the need of treatment.
Retina: The diseases related to posterior segment
structures of the eye such as hypertensive and diabetic retinopathy, retinal
decollements, age-related macular degenerations (Yellow Spot Disease),
intraocular bleedings are evaluated. Fluorescein and indocyanine angiography
examinations, ultrasonography, retinal OCT, intravitreal injections and laser
treatment are performed.
Oculoplastic: Diagnosis and treatment of diseases related
to eyelids and tear ducts are performed. Operations are performed for the
removal of eyelid bulks and tear duct congestion treatment.
Strabismus: Diagnosis, follow-up and treatments of
strabismus and amblyopia that especially occurs in childhood and mostly
progress due to injury defects are performed.
Neuroophthalmology: Eye diseases related to neurologic
diseases such as myasthenia gravis, thyriod-related ocular involvements, optic
neuritis, eye migraine and other neurologic problems are evaluated. Imaging
methods such as MR and CT, visual field test, fluorescein angiography, OCT,
color vision tests, the tests evaluating the eye movements are used.
Uvea: Diagnosis, follow-up and treatment of the defluxion
and immunological diseases occuring in the parts of the eye called uvea (iris,
sclera and choroid) are performed and the underlying disease is detected.
Systemic treatment, intraocular drug injections and in patients who need,
cataract and galucoma surgery are performed.
Contact Lens: Contact lenses can be used in all
refractive disorders such as myopia, hypermetropia and astigmatism and also in
keratoconus, bullous keratopathy, persistent epithelial defect cases and some
other diseases. Colored, colored-corrective and transparent contact lenses for
aesthetic purposes or correction of refractive disorders are available.
Operations and Examination Methods
· Cataract Surgery (Phaco Method)
· Femtosecond Assisted Cataract Surgery
· Trifocal (Long/Mid/Close Range Focused Intraocular Lens Applications)
· Astigmatic Intraocular Lens Applications
· Glaucoma Surgery
· Corneal Transplantation (Full-Thickness and Deep Lamellar Keratoplasty)
· Pterygium Surgery, Suture less Auto graft and Tissue Adhesive Methods are used.
· Crosslinking Treatment in Keratoconus
· Crosslinking Treatment in Corneal Infections
· Operations for Lump in Eyelid, Eyelid Deformities and Tear Ducts
· Chalazion, Eyelid Lesions and Hordeolum (Stye) Operations
· Corneal and Conjunctival Repairs
· Amniotic Membrane Graft Surgery
· Limbal Stem Cell Operation
· Limbal Kök Hücre Ameliyatı
· Yag Laser Capsulotomy, Iridotomy Applications
· Punctal Plug Placement
· Intraocular (Intravitreal) Drug Applications
· Intraocular (Intravitreal) Implant Applications
· Fundus Florescein Angiography
· Indocyanine Green Angiography
· Anterior Segment and Colored Fundus Photography
· Infrared Fundus Photography
· Computerized Visual Field Test
· Corneal Topography
· Specular Microscopy
· Yag Laser
· Argon Laser
· Corneal Pachymetry (Thickness Measurement of Cornea)
· Glaucoma and Retina OCT
· B Scan Ultrasonography
· Optical Biometry Intraocular Lens Measurement
· Tear Osmolarity Measurement