Optic nerve scan

Papillary tomography (HRT)

Papillary tomography allows us to obtain a high-resolution image of our optic nerve. This image can be used to detect possible lesions or make an early diagnosis of diseases such as glaucoma, which can have very serious effects on our vision.

Remember that the optic nerve is responsible for transmitting images of what we see to our brain, and that any damage or deterioration of its structures will be permanent and will lead to a marked decrease in vision, and may even lead to blindness.

The test takes no more than 2 minutes per eye and only consists of looking at a light. Thanks to its high-resolution scanner, we obtain a precise image of the nerve that shows us if there is structural damage.

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