OphthalmologyYour Health. Your Hospital
Vision is a result of a wonderfully correlated, complex visual system. Its health is especially important, since sight is of major importance among the five senses, and its impairment leads to a considerable loss of the quality of life.
State of the Art Technology
We are equipped with the latest retina imaging technology, Spectralis, with the aid of which we are able to provide you with a more in-depth examination
The branch of medicine that specializes in the anatomy, function and diseases of the eye, is ophthalmology. Besides vision check-ups, general ophthalmology practice includes screening for common ocular diseases, which include:
Ophthalmologists at Marina del Rey Hospital are medical specialists with thorough general ophthalmology training, completed by subspecialty training and cataract surgery.
Due to its complexity and delicate balance, the visual system can be affected in a variety of forms, which may lead to diverse medical conditions. Ophthalmologists at Marina del Rey Hospital diagnose, treat and handle the following eye conditions:
The medical technology advances of the last few years handed our ophthalmologists a full range of tools to operate within the field of diagnosis and treatment of ocular diseases. While many of the eye conditions listed above require surgical treatment, and often a combination of ophthalmological surgery procedures, many others only consist of a short visit to the hospital.
The sight and cosmetic-related outpatient procedures that ophthalmologists at Marina del Rey Hospital offer are minimally invasive surgeries, which include:
Which treatment is applied to which patient and which conditions, is always a decision made by our experienced ophthalmologists.
Outpatient surgery often uses anesthesia, the type of which is determined after a careful evaluation performed by an ophthalmologists and an anesthesiologist.
The rarest of ophthalmology treatment options, inpatient care services include evaluation for:
Emergency Eye Care
Always alert and well-prepared, the board-certified and experienced ophthalmologists at Marina del Rey Hospital are ready to react efficiently to emergency cases. These include:
Through the increased availability of the most advanced medical technology, the past few years have brought major changes to ophthalmological diagnostic. Marina del Rey Hospital recognized early the importance of investing into ocular imaging and diagnosis technology. Diagnostic services offered by our medical center include:
Our most recent addition to the above listed technologies is Spectralis, the latest retina imaging tool, which combines high-speed scanning laser angiography with high-resolution optical coherence tomography.
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