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Autonomous diagnostic screening using retinal images
We're Building a Technology Platform to Enable Screening For a Broad Range of Diseases
Ocular Diseases Detection
Our autonomous screening detects 12 different sight-threatening indications, enabling early diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. These conditions include glaucoma, AMD, DME, occlusions, hypertensive retinopathy, and papilledema.
Systemic Disease Detection
Using simple retinal images, our system is able to detect systemic diseases, providing opportunities for early intervention and the potential prevention of serious, potentially life-threatening conditions. These conditions include diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, hypertension, and dementia (alpha).
Our novel AI model is capable of predicting disease onset before diagnosable symptoms manifest, offering patients an opportunity for early intervention and potential disease prevention. These conditions include localized and systemic conditions.
Diabetic retinopathy is a common complication of diabetes and the leading cause of blindness in American working-age adults. High blood sugar levels in patients with diabetes cause damage throughout the body, including to blood vessels in the retina, resulting in progressive loss of vision if left untreated. In early stages symptoms are often unrecognized, however when left undetected, it can cause blindness.
The risk for developing diabetic retinopathy increases with time and high blood sugar. Long periods of high blood sugar lead to accumulation of fluid in the blood vessels, causing blockages or leaks that affect vision.
Additional conditions and diseases
Glaucoma is the second most common cause of blindness worldwide. Our algorithm enables early detection and accessible screening, encouraging timely and effective treatment. Our results are also the first to show high agreement with eye doctors.
Age-related Macular Degeneration is an extremely common condition which impairs sharp central vision.
Our algorithm enables early detection, which can aid in dramatically slowing disease progression.
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