Jury, Farrar & Associates
Jury, Farrar & Associates Liberal Kansas

Jury, Farrar & Associates

2381 N. Kansas Ave.

Liberal, KS 67901


Jury, Farrar & Associates
Dr. Jim Jury ● Dr. Ryan Farrar ● Dr. Liz Fieser

Advanced Testing


The macula is located in the back of your eye (in the retina) and is pigment comprising three carotenoids – Zeaxanthin, Lutein, and Meso-Zeaxanthin. Macular pigment plays an important role in protecting the cones and rods that reside behind the macula, which are responsible for your central vision. Thick, dense macular pigment is like having “internal sunglasses” to block harmful blue light that can damage your eyes over time.


Click to Take A Closer Look at Macular Pigment and Visual Performance (MPOD).




The TearLab Osmolarity System is the first objective and quantitative test for diagnosing and managing Dry Eye patients.


Results are fast and accurate using only 50 nanoliters (nL) of tear film to diagnose Dry Eye Disease.  When the quantity or quality of secreted tears is compromised (known as aqueous deficient or evaporative Dry Eye Disease), increased rates of evaporation lead to a more concentrated tear film (increased osmolarity) that places stress on the corneal epithelium and conjunctiva.


Click for more information on the different levels and symptoms of Dry Eyes disease.




The Zeiss Cirrus HD-OCT, is a non-invasive technology used for imaging the retina--the multi-layered sensory tissue lining the back of the eye. The Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) scanner was the first instrument to allow doctors to see cross-sectional images of the retina. This technology has been used in vitreo-retina care for years. However, the latest high-definition scanning technology has revolutionized the primary care eye doctors image and diagnose retinal conditions such as a macular degeneration, epiretinal membranes, macular holes, glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy.  Further advancement of the OCT allows cross-sectional imaging of the cornea and iris--useful in corneal disease detection and management and glaucoma management.




The Humphrey Visual Field analyzer is a non-invasive test which allows objective testing of the visual field.  Measuring various patterns of visual field loss can be useful in diagnosing and treating diseases such as glaucoma, neurological visual field loss (stroke), retinal diseases and degeneration.


Click to Learn More About the Humphrey Visual Field.

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Jury, Farrar & Associates

2381 N. Kansas Ave.

Liberal, KS 67901


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