My son has 3.0 diopter in one eye. USMA requested a waiver. Last week DS portal updated with these codes: R152.02 Obtain a dilated fundoscopic exam REQUIRES A PHYSICIAN'S APPOINTMENT: PROVIDER INSTRUCTIONS: Please obtain a NEW ophthalmological evaluation by an optometrist or ophthalmologist to include a dilated fundoscopic examination to rule out underlying ocular pathology such as the presence of any hemorrhage, exudates, scars, opacities, and degeneration of the retina. An optometrist or ophthalmologist may perform this evaluation. APPLICANT ONLY INSTRUCTIONS: CAUTION NOTICE: Eye drops used for this special test cause the eyes to have difficulty focusing as well as light sensitivity for a period of 4-8 hours. You are advised to have a pair of sunglasses with you for the examination and arrange for someone to drive you home. R152.35 Obtain a corneal topography exam with a written interpretation and the original color topography results REQUIRES A PHYSICIAN'S APPOINTMENT: Please obtain a NEW evaluation by an optometrist or ophthalmologist for a corneal topography examination. Please ensure the examination includes a written interpretation, report, and the original color topography results. We called the person handling the file and she says that we should wait until we receive a letter in the mail before scheduling any test? Is this correct? I just don't want to delay in scheduling the tests if I can get them done right away. Thanks in advance.