Examination where the background of the eye is photographed. It may serve to document or monitor the evolution of structures such as the retina, optic nerve, and blood vessels.


Usually no relevant preparation required.

Dilation may be required according to a medical indication, and in that case drops (drops) for dilation of the iris will be placed.


If eye drops are used, they may temporarily affect your vision, resulting in sensitivity to light, difficulty focusing, seeing clearly and assessing distances. It is recommended that you do not drive after administration and that you wear sunglasses on the street.

It will be relevant to tell if you have high blood pressure, glaucoma, any allergies or if you are pregnant.

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