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Objective Scatter Index: Working Toward a New Quantification of Cataract?

AbstractPurpose: To investigate the associations between clinical cataract classifications, quality of life (QOL), and the objective loss of ocular transparency in patients presenting with clinical cataracts.Methods:In this prospective, multicenter, cross-sectional study, 1,768 eyes of 1,768 patients (mean age: 72.5 years; range: 28 to 93 years) referred for cataract assessment were enrolled. Visual acuity was measured before […]

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Why Ophthalmic Pictor Retinal Imaging Has Advanced

Retinal imaging has been around perhaps a lot longer than most people realize. The very first ophthalmoscope was invented in 1850 by a doctor named Hermann VonHelmholtz.This was the first time in history doctors could actually view a living, human retina.Soon to follow was the further development and eventual introduction of much more advanced versions […]

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