Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Objective determination of the range of eye movements in diagnosis and monitoring of ophthalmic diseases

Year: 2020, volume 16 Issue: №2 Pages: 572-575
Heading: Ophtalmology Article type: Original article
Authors: Bakutkin V.V., Bakutkin I.V., Zelenov V.A.
Organization: International Consulting, Audit and Education Academy

The purpose of the study is to develop and study clinical effectiveness of a hardware-software complex for objectively determining the range of eye movements in diagnosis and evaluation of treatment effectiveness of ophthalmic diseases. Material and Methods. A hardware-software complex has been developed to objectively determine the range of eye movements based on the analysis of digital images of the anterior segment of the eye. Digital images of the anterior segment of the eye are standardized by lighting parameters; they can be viewed on a tablet computer screen, archived, or sent via the Internet to a data processing server. The study of the range of movement is determined for each eye separately for 8 meridians. Results. We developed algorithms for estimating the range of eye movements in relation to diagnosis of ophthalmic diseases. The developed technique and hardware-software complex for objectively determining the range of eye movements were used in 120 patients aged 6 to 83 years. Conclusion. Automation and standardization of research process provides high diagnostic capabilities of the hardware and software complex and is recommended for use in medical and preventive scientific research.

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