• Vision

    Offers the latest ophthalmological investigative methods with the latest technology

  • Mission

    Offering the latest technology around 12 hours daily for ophthalmological investigations that aid best treatment for the patients Offering training and job opportunities to the young practitioners


  • Anterior Segment Examination Unit

    The anterior segment is defined as all the former structures to vitreous: The cornea, the uvea (iris, ciliary body) and the lens. The Cornea: is transparent and is situated in front of the other structures. The ciliary body: is the responsible for the production of aqueus humor and the setting of lens (focused). Production increase of this
  • Ultrasonography

    How the test is performed: You will sit in a chair. The eye will be numbed with anesthetizing drops. The ultrasound wand (transducer) is placed against the front surface of the eye. There are two types of scans: For the A-scan, you will be asked to look straight ahead. If a B-scan is performed, you
  • Dacryocystography

    The nasolacrimal duct (sometimes called tear duct) carries tears from the lacrimal sac into the nasal cavity. Excess tears flow through nasolacrimal duct which opens in the nose. This is the reason the nose starts to run when a person is crying or has watery eyes from an allergy, and why one can sometimes taste eye drops Obstruction of
  • CT orbit

    A computed tomography (CT) scan of the orbit is an imaging method that uses x-rays to create detailed pictures of the eye sockets (orbits) and eyes (globes). How the Test is Performed: A special dye, called contrast, may be injected into your hand or forearm before the test starts. Contrast can highlight specific areas inside
  • Retinal OCT – Optical Coherence Tomography

    Optical Coherence Tomography, “OCT” for short. OCT is a non-invasive technology used for imaging the retina, the multi-layered sensory tissue lining the back of the eye. OCT is the first instrument to allow doctors to see cross-sectional images of the retina, is revolutionizing the early detection and treatment of eye conditions such as macular holes,
  • Pachymetry

    Corneal pachymetry is the process of measuring the thickness of the cornea using contact methods. Corneal Pachymetry is particularly essential prior to a LASIK procedure for ensuring sufficient corneal thickness to prevent abnormal bulging out of the cornea, a side effect known as ectasia.

  • Ultrasonic biomicroscopy

    Ultrasound Biomicroscopy (UBM) is a new imaging technique that uses high frequency ultrasound to produce images of the eye at near microscopic resolution. UBM gives clinicians higher-resolution digital images and video of the anterior segment of the eye behind the iris better than any other technology. This new capability is generating excitement among eyecare practitioners
  • Specular Microscopy

    The corneal specular microscope is a reflected-light microscope that projects light onto the cornea and images the light reflected from an optical interface of the corneal tissue, most typically the interface between the corneal endothelium and the aqueous humor. Depending on the instrument used, the projected light can be in the form of a stationary
  • Optical Biometry

    Biometry means the calculation of the intraocular lens power to be implanted in the eye after cataract extraction. Biometry can be performed by ultrasonic devices if the cataract is dense or by a non contact instrument using light waves to measure accurately the IOL power. Confidentiality: Information about our patients is collected in a variety
  • Ocular pathology & bacteriology

    These tests are done in partnership with El Borg lab. Pathological specimen from a mass excised from the eye lid, conjunctiva, iris or other parts of the globe is described by our ophthalmologists and interpreted after being processed by the lab technicians. The bacteriological studies for conjunctival smears or corneal scrapings  in cases of resistant
  • Doppler for carotid & ophthalmic artery circulation

    A Doppler ultrasound test uses reflected sound waves to evaluate blood as it flows through a blood vessel. It helps doctors evaluate blood flow through the major arteries and veins It may be used to detect blood flow in carotid arteries and veins, also for ophthalmic artery and vein. This test helps to diagnose defective blood flow
  • Pentacam Topography

    Corneal topography is a process for mapping the surface curvature of the cornea, similar to making a contour map of land. The cornea is a clear membrane that covers the front of the eye and is responsible for about 70 percent of the eye's focusing power. To a large extent, the shape of the cornea
  • Corneal OCT – Optical Coherence Tomography

    Anterior segment OCT (Ocular Coherence Tomography) involves the measurement of a series of cross sections of the anterior segment of eye, including the cornea, iris, angle, and lens.   Confidentiality: Information about our patients is collected in a variety of ways and for a variety of reasons (e.g. Providing care and treatment, managing and planning
  • Automated Perimetry

    Your visual field refers to how much you can see around you, including objects in your peripheral (side) vision. Visual field testing is used to monitor peripheral, or side, vision. This test produces a map of your field of vision. Visual field tests help your ophthalmologist monitor any loss of vision and diagnose eye problems

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  • Visual acuity assessment for preverbal infants

    Our consultants are specialized in the evaluation of all visual functions for non-verbal and verbal children using the most up to date technology of “Smart System” software and screen. For interested ophthalmologists we can also provide advice about optical, orthoptic or surgical management for strabismus patients. BDEC also provide visual rehabilitation for children including amblyopia
  • Neuro physiological unit

    Electrophysiological tests are non-invasive tools indispensable in many diagnostic dilemmas. Being objective and reproducible they have a considerable prognostic role. The neurophysiology unit of Bostan Diagnostic Center includes tests such as: EMG, EEG, BAEP, SSEP, VEP, ERG, EOG Indications & Clinical applications of Electromyography (EMG) & Nerve conduction studies (NCS) Myopathic Disorders Neuropathic Disorders Disorders
  • Low vision aids

    When conventional spectacles can no longer help and surgery or medical treatment is not appropriate, or very prolonged, then it is time to consider low vision aids. These come in a bewildering array of strengths and designs. They range from simple hand-held lenses to electronic devices. Different ones are needed for different visual tasks. The
  • Assessment of diplopia through Hess screen

    Hess chart is the test used to assess diplopia (squint). It shows the position of the non fixing-eye in all positions of gaze when the other eye is fixing. The image can be separated in widely differing ways. The most usual way is to separate the image by means of fixation objects in complementary filter