Pathologies

Actual images captured with the D-EYE Smartphone-Based Digital Ophthalmoscope.
These are just some of the conditions that you can record with D-EYE.

Glaucoma

Diabetic Retinopathy

Optic Glioma

Age-Related Macular Degeneration

Macular Hole

Vitreous Detachment

Papilledema

Glaucoma

4.5 million people are estimated to be blind as a result of primary glaucoma, approximately the 12% of all global blindness.

Using the D-EYE Smartphone-Based Retinal Imaging System, you can record images and videos of Glaucoma with your smartphone

Diabetic Retinopathy

The WHO estimated that in 2002 Diabetic Retinopathy accounted for about 5% of world blindness, representing almost 5 million blind all over the world.

Using the D-EYE Smartphone-Based Retinal Imaging System, you can record images and videos of Diabetic Retinopathy with your smartphone

Cataract

Cataract the leading cause of blindness in the world.
The WHO estimated that this pathology is responsible for 51% of world blindness, which represents about 20 million people.

Using the D-EYE Smartphone-Based Retinal Imaging System, you can record images and videos of Cataract with your smartphone
 

Papilledema

US statistics affirm that Papilledema, or subtypes of Papilledema, affects less than 200,000 people in the US population.
The causes of this pathology include cerebral edematumors and other cerebral lesions.

Glaucoma

In this video,
the D-EYE captured high definition frames of Glaucoma

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Diabetic Retinopathy

In this video,
the D-EYE Digital Ophthalmoscope captured frames of Diabetic Retinopathy

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Papilloedema

This is a clear example of Papilloedema captured with D-EYE Smartphone-Based Retinal Imaging System

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Optic Disc Drusen

This is an example of ODD captured with the D-EYE Digital Opthalmoscope for Smartphone

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Optic Disc Dyskinesia

An example of Optic Disc Dyskinesia recorded with the D-EYE Smartphone-Based Retinal Imaging System

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Astrocytic Hamartoma

A clear example of Astrocytic Hamartoma recorded with the D-EYE Digital Ophthalmoscope for Smartphone

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