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Survey Says ODs Will Prefer Using AI as Second Opinion

Clinicians reported believing that the future technology will aid in detecting retinal disease but not in determining an initial diagnosis.
August 9, 2022

Eye Test App Shows Fairly Accurate Results

Study shows results comparable to the Rosenbaum card and suggests it’s suitable for telemedicine use.
June 17, 2022

AI Allows For Simple Glaucoma Staging System

Based on visual field data, this method was able to distinguish between four severity levels based on MD thresholds with 94% accuracy.
June 9, 2022

iPhone Modification Allows Easier Demodex Diagnosis

Taping one or more discarded IOLs to a smartphone creates a quick and reliable screening tool well-suited for remote, underserved areas.
April 5, 2022

AI, Experts in Agreement on AMD Disease Activity

An autonomous system could play a key role in easing pressure on providers from an increasing number of patients expected in the future.
April 1, 2022

Next-gen Self-tonometer Cleared by FDA

The iCare Home2 allows IOP measurements to be taken even when a patient is lying down.
March 31, 2022

AMD Screening: There’s (Going to Be) an App for That

A real-time, at-home detection method for mobile devices may give patients a better chance of earlier diagnosis.
March 30, 2022

Many Seniors Miss Out on Assistive Apps for Low Vision

A clinical trial found that rather than being unwilling to use them, most elderly patients are simply unaware that these tools exist.
March 11, 2022

AI May Make Cataract Surgery Safer

Real-time, computer-generated feedback during procedures helps ophthalmologists prevent complications, study shows.
January 21, 2022

Use OCT-A to Confirm Macular Neovascularization in CSCR

Once an elevated RPE is observed, this technology allows for further evaluation of a patient’s disease status.
November 4, 2021