The following section outlines some eye conditions that Associate Professor Fung specialises in treating. Understand that each patient’s eye is unique and you will need to visit Associate Professor Fung for individualised advice (please see Disclaimer below).
This is a special light scan that produces a cross-sectional view of the macula.
This is a series of special photographs which highlight blood vessels in your eye. A yellow dye is injected into a vein in your arm before the photographs are taken.
A B-scan ultrasound is a small probe this is gently placed on the front of your eye with some contact jelly. It can assess the back contents of the eye even if the view from the front is blocked by a cataract or blood.
An amsler grid is a useful tool to help you check your eye sight. It should be performed one eye at a time, with reading spectacles if necessary. To download and print one, please click here.
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