Retina Subspecialty Clinic


The retina is the innermost layer of the eye and is composed of photoreceptor nerve cells and neurons or the optic nerve. This very thin layer covers about 75% of the area of the eye, and any disturbances in its function and its blood vessels cause undesirable effects on the eyes and in some cases cause serious damage and blindness. The most common of these diseases are diabetic retinopathy and age-related macular degeneration( AMD). Awareness of these diseases and timely diagnosis and treatment is vital. Subspecialty retina clinic of Noor Eye Hospital offers this service with the presence of experienced ophthalmologists and the use of advanced diagnostic and therapeutic tools, including the latest OCT imaging, retinal laser and vitrectomy.