IOL Master, Biometry
It is a device used to determine the strength of the lens inside the eye before a cataract removal operation by measuring the anatomical features using a non-contact technique, which measures the focal length through an optical system called SWEPT Source Biometry that provides 2000 images per second with high efficiency to provide the best results in Refractive surgery.
Axial length is defined as the distance from the top of the cornea to the fovea of the retina along the optical axis, where the focal length is a variable necessary to calculate the power of the lens that will be implanted.
We at City Eye Centre conduct the test for all patients who are diagnosed with cataract and need a surgery to remove cataract and implant Intro Ocular Lens (IOL).
A test will be connoted within 2 minutes for both eyes and a report is printed showing formulas and measurements of the lens based on the results of your eye, and the doctor determines the type of lens suitable for your eye.