We can use this examination to determine the exact squint angle in natural conditions (because it is very important how the eyes behave in normal life and not during provocative tests in the ophthalmologist's office) in patients with strabismus. Gazelab helps to identify the squint angle in all gaze directions (when looking upwards, downwards, into the distance, etc.)
This information is necessary for the effective treatment of strabismus, setting up medical devices, and determining the tactics of managing a patient with strabismus.
In the case of paralytic strabismus, the oculograph allows the doctor to examine the mobility of the eyeballs, which is extremely important for precise dosing of strabismus surgery and tracing changes in the postoperative period.
Nystagmography allows identifying the position of the head when there are no oscillatory movements or such movements are minimal in a patient with nystagmus. Indicators of the frequency and amplitude of nystagmus allow the doctor to trace the dynamics of conservative treatment and to determine the tactics of surgery, if necessary.
The Yasniy Vzor clinic is the only one in the territory of the Russian Federation and the CIS countries equipped with the Gazelab device for the examination of patients with nystagmus and strabismus.