Electrodiagnostic Services

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Electrodiagnostic services can help patients with unexplained vision loss, hereditary eye disorders, and toxicity from certain medications that alter vision.

The machines used can diagnose eye problems that are not able to be diagnosed with other clinical methods.  The Eye Institute houses the only multifocal electroretinogram in the state of Arizona. The Midwestern University Eye Institute houses the latest technology and equipment to serve all patients, from simple cases to complex. The equipment available for referring doctors includes a full- eld electroretinogram (ERG), a multifocal electroretinogram (mfERG), a VEP, an EOG, and a PERG for patient testing. Our mfERG is the only one in the Phoenix Valley and is a powerful tool for assessing the health of foveal cones. We also have a kinetic field machine (Octopus), a high definition OCT, and several color vision tests (D-15, 100 hue).

Who We Can Help

  • Patients with unexplained visual loss
  • Doctors who desire further testing to aid diagnosis
  • Patients who are taking retinal toxic medications such as hydroxychloroquine
  • Patients who need a confirmatory diagnosis for retinal diseases

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Reasons to Refer To Us

State-of-the-art technology.

At the Midwestern University Clinics, we stay up to date on the newest technology and research.

Complete electronic reports.
The Electrodiagnostic Clinic at the Eye Institute gives the referring doctor a full report, including waveforms and interpretations.

High standards of care.
We strive to provide the highest quality of care through detailed evaluations for all our patients.

University learning environment.
Our students work under faculty supervision to enhance classroom learning from doctors who demonstrate positive interactions with patients.

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