The Department of Ophthalmology at Children’s Hospital of Michigan has advanced diagnostic equipment, including ophthalmic diagnostic ultrasound (A-Scan and B-scan), spectral domain optical coherence tomography (OCT), handheld portable slit lamp,
iCare tonometer and synoptophore. The Department also has a dedicated ophthalmology operating room with a Bausch and Lomb Stellaris Microsurgical system, ceiling mounted Zeiss operating microscope with high-definition digital video recording system,
RetCam3 with fluorescein angiography capability, ophthalmic diagnostic ultrasound (A-Scan, B-Scan, and high resolution UBM), supine YAG laser, Argon laser, indirect and transcleral diode lasers and a full field and multi-focal ERG
All adult strabismus clinical and surgical care is performed in satellite clinics and ambulatory surgery centers located within 20 miles of Children’s Hospital of Michigan.