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Yu-Guang He, Johnathan Warminski, Yi-Zhong Wang; myVisionTrack (mVT), a novel remote visual self-assessment, correlates with clinical course of macular function. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 2013;54(15):5020.
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Reliable self-assessment of a patients’ visual function can improve early detection of worsening macular function. mVT provides patients with a handheld, electronic platform to assess visual function based on shape discrimination.
Case series comparing mVT self-assessments to patients’ snellen acuity, central macular thickness and clinical course during treatment for maculopathy.
36 patients were monitored for 180-550 days during treatment of diabetic maculopathy (29) and age-related maculopathy (7). Self-monitoring correlated well with the patients’ snellen visual acuity and OCT measured central macular thickness.
mVT provided a reliable self-measure of visual function in patients with macular edema.
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