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NeuroOphthal

The NeuroOphthal clinical simulator using a virtual patient, accurately portrays over 100 ocular motility, lid and pupil conditions

The NeuroOphthal clinical simulator using a virtual patient, accurately portrays over 100 ocular motility, lid and pupil conditions

NeuroOphthal

by suprAnuclear
NeuroOphthal
NeuroOphthal
NeuroOphthal

What is it about?

The NeuroOphthal clinical simulator using a virtual patient, accurately portrays over 100 ocular motility, lid and pupil conditions.

NeuroOphthal

App Details

Version
1.01
Rating
NA
Size
143Mb
Genre
Medical Education
Last updated
February 12, 2015
Release date
January 12, 2015
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App Store Description

The NeuroOphthal clinical simulator using a virtual patient, accurately portrays over 100 ocular motility, lid and pupil conditions.

Eye movement and pupil abnormalities can be signs of life threatening and vision threatening neurological and non-neurological disease. The clinical skills needed to diagnose and understand these conditions are difficult to recognise as these patients often present acutely, meaning doctors’ exposure is impossible to timetable and highly variable.

This clinical reference/educational app accurately recreates ocular motility and neurology signs on an interactive interface, enabling the clinician through the app to make accurate diagnoses.

The user will be able to asses:
Pupil responses
Esotropia and exotropia
Cranial nerve s 2,3,4,6
Neurogenic conditions
Myogenic conditions
Supranuclear and intranuclear conditions
Nystagmus
Alphabet pattern
Heterophorias

This exciting and engaging app is a must for any student taking clinical exams or doctors who want to recognise the signs of serious pathology in Neuro-Ophthalmology.

Clinical skills replicated:
Assessment of saccades, smooth pursuit, convergence and oculocephalic reflex
Cover test with accommodative elements at distance and near
Distinguish between incomitant and concomitant strabismus
Assessment of nystagmus amplitude, frequency and direction
Fatigability in myasthenia
Bielschowsky head tilt test
Ptosis assessment