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 for its potential use in glaucoma and intra ocular lenses (IOL) patients and other common conditions and procedures.

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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 the center, training and educating staff, research etc.). It is stored on paper and on computerized systems.

Everyone working at the Bostan Diagnostic Eye Center has a legal duty to keep information about you confidential. Information will only ever be shared with people who have a genuine need for it (e.g. the medical staff or other professionals from whom you have been receiving care). Please be assured that we will treat your information with the highest degree of confidentiality.