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Digital Camera-based Eye Movement Assessment Method for NeuroEye Examination

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posted on 2022-12-30, 17:48 authored by Mohamed Abul HassanMohamed Abul Hassan

In this article, I/We report a novel eye-movement assessment method using a digital camera to measure eye conjugacy in healthy individuals while performing a neurological examination. This is clinically significant because this approach overcomes the limitations of complex and expensive setups (e.g., infrared cameras) that often make it impractical to scale up and translate to clinical use. Moreover, this approach removes the need for a calibration procedure which has caused prior studies to exclude participants, potentially introducing selection bias and limiting generalizability. Our study suggests that this technology could be deployed for clinical use in the clinic or pre-hospital setting, including telemedicine or emergency medical services (EMS) encounters to detect neurological injury or diseases that cause neuro-ocular deficits, like stroke. 


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University of Virginia

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