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High-tech imaging offers new way to detect early signs of glaucomaAugust 4th 2022
According to a new study from New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai, a new, non-invasive ocular imaging method may be able to detect an early indicator of glaucoma in time to prevent disease progression and vision loss.
Study: Artificial intelligence screenings improve eye care access in sub-Saharan AfricaJune 14th 2022
The research from eye care nonprofit Orbis International focuses on diabetic retinopathy in Rwanda, where associated vision complications from diabetes are growing.
How to assess if photoreceptors are functioning properly: A new approach for diagnosing eye diseasesMay 28th 2022
A new technique will allow fast and non-invasive assessment of the physiological state of the retina. This could be a real breakthrough in the treatment of eye diseases.
Study examines high performance microscopy for non-invasive conjunctival goblet cell examinationApril 8th 2022
A team of investigators from Pohang University of Science and Technology has found that conjunctival goblet cell examination is important for the precise diagnosis and effective treatment of ocular surface diseases; however, CGC examination has not been possible until now due to lack of non-invasive devices.
Study: Retina a potential biomarker for reduced brain matterMarch 18th 2022
Researchers from the Department of Ophthalmology at the University Hospital Bonn and Deutsches Zentrum für Neurodegenerative Erkrankungen suggest that assessments of the eye’s retina could help to detect a loss of brain substance, i. e. “brain atrophy.” The findings are based on data from the Rhineland Study.
Heidelberg Engineering supporting Glaucoma/Myopia OCT Phenotyping ConsortiumFebruary 1st 2022
The GMOPC was established in February 2020 at an inaugural meeting in Los Angeles, California, as an investigator-initiated clinical research study, with Heidelberg Engineering as an industry partner.
Angiogenesis 2022: Retina specialists are excited for these 10 scientific sessionsJanuary 25th 2022
This Bascom Palmer Eye Institute 2-day virtual scientific program promises a distinguished international faculty who will share the latest developments in imaging, translational research, and clinical trials as well as the impact these advances will have on clinical ophthalmology.
Partnership develops video game software patented for age-related macular degeneration researchJanuary 21st 2022
A partnership that includes BALANCED Media|Technology, the Retina Foundation of the Southwest and Southern Methodist University is seeking a patent for machine learning software for OCT images aids in identity progression and treatment options