Slit Lamp Examination

The Slit Lamp exam uses a tool that provides a magnified, three-dimensional (3-D) view of the parts of the eye . During the exam, your doctor can look at the front parts of the eye. These parts include the clear, outer covering (cornea), the lens, and the colored part (iris). The doctor can also see the front part of the thick fluid (vitreous gel) that fills the large space in the middle of the eye.

Special lenses can be placed between the Slit Lamp and the cornea (or on the cornea) to help the doctor see the deeper structures of the eye. These structures include the optic nerve, the retina, and the area where fluid drains out of the eye (drainage angle).

A camera may be attached to the Slit Lamp to take pictures of different parts of the eye.

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