Diopsys Nova Visual Evoked Potential (VEP)

Visual Evoked Potential tests the entire visual pathway from the cornea to the visual cortex located in the occipital lobe of the brain. The instrument has the ability to pick up cell damage at all points of the visual pathway long before functional changes become apparent or before they appear in the structure of the retina.

This test is 100% objective meaning there is no patient response required. The VEP is used by the doctors of Family Eye Care Clinic for the early detection of Glaucoma, Optic Nerve Disorders, Visual Pathway Disorders, MS, Amblyopia, and any unexplained visual disturbance.

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