Ophthalmology & Optometry/tests


hello im having a modified lefort III osteotomy  where my entire midface will be moved forward including the orbital rim. I want to see an ophthalmologist to have a battery of tests done to establish a baseline incase my vision gets affected. what tests should I ask for?

Dear Mark,
You will need a routine consultation which involves checking aided and unaided vision, intra ocular pressure, slit lamp examination and fundus examination. you may also consider doing a visual field tests as a baseline. However, the ophthalmologist in the clinic would guide you better.

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