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EyeIC and MatchedFlicker technology is backed by proven scientific study. We have been published in several journals and medical publications, including the following:


Now You See It... Now You Don't... Detecting Disease Progression With MatchedFlicker.

Optic Nerve Imaging Pearls and Pitfalls: Where MatchedFlicker Fits In.

View the recent webinar featuring a demonstration and clinical data from MatchedFlicker users

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Posters and Presentations

  • American Telemedicine Association 2014 Annual Meeting:
    • P59 – Detecting Glaucoma In Primary Care By Viewing Change Over Time In Large Teleretinal Imaging Database. Jorge Cuadros, OD PhD, Clinical Professor, University of California , Berkeley.
  • Association for Research and Vision in Ophthalmology (ARVO)
    2011 Annual Meeting:
    • 3454 – Evaluation Of Plus Disease Progression Using Digital Registration Of Multiple Images. Michael F. Chiang, Jane S. Myung, Rony Gelman, Grant D. Aaker, Nathan M. Radcliffe, Robison V. Chan
    • 4138/A591 – Parapapillary Retinal Blood Vessel Movement Is Associated With Progressive Glaucoma. Nathan M. Radcliffe, Gustavo V. De Moraes, Zeba A. Syed, Joshua R. Ehrlich, Sung Chul Park, Scott D. Smith, Jeffrey M. Liebmann, Robert Ritch
    • 4165/A618 – Glaucomatous Progression Detected With Flicker Chronoscopy Is Associated With Spectral Domain Optical Coherence Tomography Abnormalities. Kristine K. Yin, Joshua R. Ehrlich, Nathan M. Radcliffe
    • 4168/A621 – Detection Of Glaucoma Progression By Traditional And Alternation Flicker Review Of Stereo Disc Photographs. Scott D. Smith, Nathan M. Radcliffe, Zeba A. Syed, Gustavo V. De Moraes, Sung Chul Park, Jeffrey M. Liebmann, Robert Ritch.

EyeIC in the media...

EyeIc in publications from multiple sources.