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Ophthalmic Echography

Ocular Imaging Center

Contact Information:
410-502-5273
echography@jhmi.edu

The Wilmer Eye Institute offers a full-time diagnostic imaging center.  Services include ultrasound and Optical Coherence Tomography.

State of the Art ultrasound technology is provided for the evaluation of the anterior segment and intraocular and orbital structures. Biometry for axial length measurements prior to cataract surgery is also available.

The department also offers Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) services, the newest imaging technology for high-resolution evaluation of the retina and optic nerve.

Findings for all services are available immediately in the Electronic Patient Record.  Images can be accessed and reviewed throughout the Institute or may be e-mailed by request.

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