In La Clinica Visual y Auditiva, our medical personnel bring their knowledge and expertise to treat patients in the different specialties of ophthalmology:

Cornea specialist
Is a specialist in the evolution and management of anterior segment pathologies as pterygia, keratoconus, corneal ulcers and transplantation, disorders of iris and lens opacities.
Ophthalmic oncologist
Is a specialist who evaluates and treats eye cancers such as melanoma and retinoblastoma.
Oculoplastic surgeon
Is a specialist who specializes in a wide variety of surgical procedures that deal with the reconstruction of the eye and associated structures.

Is a specialist who assesses and manages patients suffering from optic nerve disorders such as optic neuritis and edema of the optic nerve. The most frequent eye pathologies are:

  • Eyelid ptosis: Drooping eyelid that can obscure vision
  • Dermatochalasis: Accumulation of fat in the eyelids
  • Chalazion: Sequel to the inflammatory process in the eyelids
  • Entropion: Eyelids investment into the eye
  • Ectropion: Eversion of the eyelids outwards

All these conditions are correctable through surgical procedures.

Adult strabismus

This condition is a deviation from the normal line of sight of one eye or both eyes, so that the visual axes do not have the same direction.

Retina specialist
Is a specialist who evaluates the back of the eye called posterior segment, which has structures such as the vitreous and optic nerve. Diseases associated with this part of the eye are optical neuritis, retinal detachments, diabetic and macular degeneration.
Pediatric ophthalmologist
Is a specialist who monitors the eye development in the early stages of childhood and detects anomalies. They intervene in a timely manner so that certain anomalies are prevented and treated, as well as take the necessary measures so that anomalies interfere as little as possible in normal eye development. The most common disorders include strabismus (ocular motility disorders correctable than not diagnosed in time can cause decreased visual acuity and even blindness) and refractive disorders (farsightedness, nearsightedness and astigmatism).
Is a condition in which progressive optic nerve damage associated with elevated intraocular pressure occurs causing a slow, progressive, and irreversible decrease in vision. The treatment is done through medication or surgical treatment according to stage of disease. It occurs more often in patients over 40 years of African descent, as well as diabetics and people with a family history of glaucoma..
Low vision

According to the World Health Organization, patients with vision equal or greater than 20/60 in the better eye are considered low vision. In our Institution we have a multidisciplinary team who diagnoses, evaluates, and develops optical and non-optical aids, and participate in the rehabilitation process.

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