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The eye screening test

According to the professional recommendation, it is worth having an eye examination every 2 years under the age of 40, and every year after that. During the screening test, we measure the visual acuity and look for signs of early changes that indicate general medical diseases, such as high blood pressure, diabetes and eye disorders such as glaucoma and cataracts. This initial evaluation is a good basis for further comparisons with subsequent examinations, and also gives the opportunity to propose a personalized screening plan including the frequency of the necessary screening examinations.
This is very important, because a specific complaint appears long after the lesions have developed. The effectiveness of treatments started in time is better, and the preservation of the function of vision largely determines the quality of life.
In the event of an increased individual risk, a regular ophthalmological examination is extremely important especially in the presence of the following diseases: