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Medical Tests

X-Ray

X Ray is a type of invisible electromagnetic radiation that has a wavelength short enough to pass through many substances. X-rays are used to examine tissues inside the body. The

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Visual Field Test

The visual field is the area you can see when looking straight ahead. Defects in the visual field may result from disorders of parts of the retina (the light-sensitive lining

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Visual Acuity Test

Visual Acuity Test is a series of tests to determine the sharpness of vision, and the extent and nature of defects in visual focus. Patients are asked to read from

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Urography

Urography is used to check the kidneys and the tubes that drain them. It may be used to look at the size and shape of the bladder. It is often

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Urinalysis

Urinalysis is a method of examining tissues deep inside the body by means of high-frequency sound waves. Ultrasound waves bounce off tissues at different rates according to the density of

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Ultrasound

Ultrasound is a method of examining tissues deep inside the body by means of high-frequency sound waves. Ultrasound waves bounce off tissues at different rates according to the density of

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Tonometry

Purpose The test is often part of a routine eye exam. To monitor treatment for glaucoma. Tonometry can be used to determine whether medication is keeping your intraocular pressure below

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Sperm Count

Sperm Count is a test (also called semen analysis) that is always advised early in the investigation of subfertility. The test simply needs a sample of semen (the man is

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Skull x-Ray

An X-ray of the skull can reveal fractures, and may show changes from normal that suggest bleeding, tumours or an abscess within the skull. Enlargement of the bony cavity at

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Retinoscopy

Examination of the retina (the light-sensitive lining of the back of the eye) by means of a viewing instrument called a retinoscope, which is similar to an ophthalmoscope but is

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