Dogs

Boston Terrier Ciliary Cyst

This D-EYE image, taken by Dr. Thomas Dulaurent, shows a ciliary cyst in a Boston Terrier. Close examination of the image shows the cyst.

Bernese Mountain Dog

Courtesy of Dr. Thomas Dulaurent, this D-EYE photo shows the retina of a normal OD 6-year-old male, with clearly defined capillaries and optic disc.

Border Collie

In this image of a 2-year-old female Border Collie with normal OD taken with a D-EYE by Dr. Thomas Dulaurent, clearly shows the posterior of the eye.

Border Collie

Also a 2-year-old female Border Collie, this retinal scan take with the D-EYE by Dr. Thomas Dulaurent, shows a OS normal (subalbinotic) condition.

Cross Breed Dog

This D-EYE image of a 6-year-old female cross-breed dog, taken by Dr. Olivier Balland, highlights a normal OS condition of the retina.

Yorkshire Terrier

In this photo, taken by Dr. Thomas Dulaurent, the D-EYE captured OS chorioretinitis scars of a 4-year-old female.  

Cats

Domestic Short Haired Cat

Photo of a 4-year-old female cat with normal OS taken with the D-EYE by Dr. Olivier Balland.

Domestic Short Haired Cat

This image of a 5-year-old male cat with normal OS, taken by Dr. Olivier Balland with the D-EYE, clearly shows the posterior of the eye.

Domestic Short Haired Cat

This D-EYE image, taken by Dr. Thomas Dulaurent, clearly shows retinal edema in a 3-year-old spayed male domestic short haired cat, with OD immune-mediated hemolytic anemia of unknown origin.

Maine Coon Cat

This retinal scan of an 8-year-old, Normal OD female cat clearly shows the posterior segment elements and the ability of the D-EYE to capture relevant detail. Courtesy Dr. Thomas Dulaurent.

Horses

Male horse

In this D-EYE retinal image of an OD normal 2-year-old male horse, physiological hypopigmentation of the choroid and hypoplasia of the tapetum lucidum can be clearly seen. (photo by Dr. Thomas Dulaurent)

Male horse

This D-EYE retinal image, taken by Dr. Thomas Dulaurent, shows the posterior of an OD normal 6-year-old male horse.

Rabbits and rats

Female rabbit

A 3-year-old female rabbit, OS normal, with myelinated nerve fibers around the optic disc, as captured in this D-EYE image taken by Dr. Thomas Dulaurent.

Male rabbit

Posterior view of a 1-year-old male rabbit, OS normal Albinotic, taken with the D-EYE by Dr. Thomas Dulaurent.

Male rabbit

This D-EYE image, taken by Dr. Thomas Dulaurent, clearly shows physiologic cupping of the optic nerve head in a 2-year-old, OS normal male rabbit.

Rat

In this image of a rat retina taken with the D-EYE by Dr. Thomas Dulaurent, the posterior of the eye is clearly visible.

Split-screen Comparisons of Images taken with the D-EYE and other Fundus Cameras

  • 1- Border Collie Dog -- OS-2

    Comparison images taken with D-EYE and KOWA RC-2 - courtesy Dr. Thomas Dulaurent


    2- Dog (breed unknown)

    Comparison of dog retinal images taken with D-EYE and KOWA RC2 - courtesy of Dr. Thomas Dulaurent


    3- Yorkshire Terrier Dog

    Comparison of Chorioretinitis OS-1 images taken by D-EYE and KOWA RC2 - courtesy of Dr. Thomas Dulaurent
     

  • 4- Cat (unknow breed)

    Cat polycytemia OD-1 as viewed by both the D-EYE and a KOWA RC2 - courtesy of Dr. Thomas Dulaurent


    5- Cat (unknow breed)

    Polycytemia OS-1 as viewed by D-EYE and KOWA RC2 - courtesy of Dr. Thomas Dulaurent


    6- Cat (unknow breed)

    Comparison of cat retinal images taken with D-EYE and KOWA RC2 - courtesy of Dr. Dulaurent

     

  • 7- Unknown Animal

    Comparison of images taken with D-EYE and KOWA RC2 - courtesy of Dr. Thomas Dulaurent


    8- Unknown Animal

    Comparison of images taken with D-EYE and KOWA RC2 - courtesy of Dr. Thomas Dulaurent


    9- Unknown Animal

    Comparison of images taken with D-EYE and Smartscope - courtesy of Dr. Dulaurent

     

Albino Rat

In this video of an albino rat, courtesy of Dr. Thomas Dulaurent, the D-EYE clearly captured the posterior view of the animal’s retina.  

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Buzzard

Using the D-EYE in video mode, Dr. Thomas Dulaurent, captured images of a buzzard’s retina, evidence that the D-EYE imaging system can be used to examine birds, in addition to other species.

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Cat (unknown breed)

This video demonstrates the video capability of D-EYE in examining cats, in this instance, providing a clear view of the cat’s retinal folds. Courtesy Dr. Thomas Dulaurent

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Border Collie Dog

Dr. Thomas Dulaurent used the D-EYE to make a short video recording of the retina of a Border Collie female dog.

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Brittany Spaniel Dog  

This video taken with a D-EYE system clearly shows chorioretinitis scar of unknown origin in a 10-year-old Brittany Spaniel. Courtesy Dr. Thomas Dulaurent

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Dog (unknown breed)

This D-EYE video was taken of a sub-albinonic dog by Dr. Thomas Dulaurent.

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Male horse

The D-EYE clearly captured on video the retina of a 6-year-old male horse with normal OD. Courtesy Dr. Thomas Dulaurent

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Rabbit

This video by Dr. Thomas Dulaurent captured the retina of a rabbit, showing the effectiveness of the portable retinal imaging system in screening small animals.

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Unknown Animal

This dramatic D-EYE video, taken by Dr. Thomas Dulaurent, shows a retinal hemorrhage.

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Boston Terrier Dog

In this D-EYE video taken by Dr. Thomas Dulaurent, the retina posterior of an OD1 dog is clearly visible.

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Boston Terrier Dog

This video clearly shows a cortical cataract ciliary cyst in the vitreous cavity of a 9-year-old female OD sub-albinotic dog. Courtesy Dr. Thomas Dulaurent

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Boston Terrier Dog

In this image of a Boston Terrier, OG vision, taken with the D-EYE by Dr. Thomas Dulaurent, you can see the retinal wall and portions of the optic disk.

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Dog (unknown breed)

This D-EYE video taken by Dr. Sonia Rizitellii of a dog’s retina clearly shows the optic disk and surrounding blood vessels.

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Cat (unknown breed)

This video recording by Dr. Sonia Rizzitelli demonstrates the capability of the D-EYE retinal imaging system, showing the retina and optic disk with amazing clarity, along with indications of mild retinal dysplasia.

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