The potential and value of objective eye tracking in the ophthalmology clinic

Rosie Clark, James Blundell, Matt J Dunn, Jonathan T Erichsen, Mario E Giardini, Irene Gottlob, Chris Harris, Helena Lee, Lee Mcilreavy, Andrew Olson, Jay E Self, Valldeflors Vinuela-Navarro, Jonathan Waddington, J Margaret Woodhouse, Iain D Gilchrist, Cathy Williams

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Abstract

Numerous research studies have demonstrated the scope and value of eye movement recording (EMR). There is now potential for EMR to be helpful in a range of clinical contexts and it could be developed as a routine part of the repertoire of clinical investigations offered by the NHS, at least in tertiary centres. We highlight potential uses and challenges below, as a prelude to further development and debate
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1200-1202
Number of pages3
JournalEye
Volume33
Issue number8
Early online date8 Apr 2019
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 31 Aug 2019

Keywords

  • eye movement recording
  • clinical investigation
  • NHS
  • ocular motility disorders
  • predictive markers

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Clark, R., Blundell, J., Dunn, M. J., Erichsen, J. T., Giardini, M. E., Gottlob, I., Harris, C., Lee, H., Mcilreavy, L., Olson, A., Self, J. E., Vinuela-Navarro, V., Waddington, J., Woodhouse, J. M., Gilchrist, I. D., & Williams, C. (2019). The potential and value of objective eye tracking in the ophthalmology clinic. Eye, 33(8), 1200-1202. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41433-019-0417-z