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Digital Ocular Fundus Photography in the Emergency Department: A New Application for Telemedicine?

The purpose of this study is to determine if non-dilated retinal photography in the emergency room improves the diagnosis of papilledema (optic nerve swelling) in patients with neurologic disease compared to direct ophthalmoscopy.


The Effect of Social Media Use on Eating Behaviours

This project aims to explore how social media use, in particular food photography, influences eating behaviours. It will be approached through three methods - a correlational experience sampling method, an experimental experience sampling method, and an experimental laboratory method.

Impact Of Digital Photography & Conventional Method On The Accuracy Of Shade Matching In The Esthetic Zone

The aim of this study: Is to evaluate the accuracy of digital photography in optimizing shade matching when compared to conventional method of shade selection.


Self Digital Photography for Assessing Elbow Range of Motion

Loss of elbow range of motion can significantly affect activities of daily living. Measuring elbow range of motion is critical for tracking post surgical outcomes. This study seeks to validate the ability to validate self photography as a means of followup through long distance correspondence.

Patient Reported Outcomes Following Parotid Resections

A study correlating patient reported outcomes measured by a validated tool with physical measurements recorded by 3d photography of patients undergoing parotid resections

Digital Dysmorphology Project

In this study, the investigators propose a novel method to detect Down syndrome using photography for facial dysmorphology, a tool called computer-aided diagnosis (CAD). After validating the method, this technology will be expanded to perform similar functions to assist in the detection of other dysmorphic syndromes. By using photography and image analysis this automated assessment tool would have the potential to improve the diagnosis rate and allow for remote, non-invasive d...

Vulvoscopy Changes of the Vulva, Vestibule and Vagina With Daily Ospemifene in Women With Dyspareunia From VVA

This is an unblinded study to be conducted at a single research center, San Diego Sexual Medicine. Subjects meeting inclusion and exclusion criteria will receive 60 mg ospemifene daily for twenty weeks. After the informed consent is signed, a baseline physical examination, and vulvoscopy with detailed photography of the vulva, vestibule and vagina, will be performed. Physical examination and vulvoscopy with detailed photography of the vulva, vestibule and vagina, will be repeat...

Multimodal Imaging of Retinal Vessels

Retinal blood flow measurement is of scientific and clinical value. For this purpose retinal vessel morphology (such as diameter, vessel wall thickness, etc) determination is crucial. Different imaging modalities might provide divergent results. Thus, quantification of such differences is valuable. The present study aims to reveal and quantify differences in vessel morphology between fundus photography, fundus angiography, and optical coherence tomography in health and d...

Photograph Quality Rating Scale Study ("PQRS Study")

Advances in smart phone-based photography (both quality and image transmission) offer the potential to greatly improve access to pediatric dermatologists. However, the accuracy of diagnoses reliant on parent-provided photographs has been neither measured nor compared to diagnoses based on in-person examinations. Therefore, the primary objective of this study was to assess the concordance between diagnoses based on photographs taken by parents (or legal guardians) and those base...

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The Telemark Score: a Reliable Method for Evaluation of Results After Breast Surgery

This paper will present a specific tool for evaluation of cosmetic results after breast conserving surgery (BCS) and secondary breast reconstruction with free DIEP-flap. Introduction of a breast score system using digital photography seems to be a reliable tool for estimation of cosmetic results after breast surgery. The method has been employed on a specific group of 346 consecutive patients operated for breast cancer with breast conserving surgery. For the purpose of this stu...

Fast Infrared Meibography (Photography)

Infrared meibography is a useful technique in the evaluation of meibomian gland disease (MGD). MGD is a major cause of dry eye symptoms, affecting a large number of patients seen in the Corneo-Plastic Unit (CPU). Many parameters have been used to evaluate MGD including tear film break-up time, lid margin abnormalities, and Schirmer tear test values. Direct visualization of meibomian glands by infrared meibography has been shown to correlate well with these parameters. Al...

Effect of the BTL-799 Therapy for Disruption of Adipocyte Cells of Abdomen

The study is a prospective open-label single-arm study that includes four treatment procedures and three follow-up visits. Outcomes will be measured according to photography evaluation, subject's satisfaction and occurence of AE.

Smartphone Screening for Eye Diseases

To validate new screening instruments for eye disease, increase eye care access in underserved communities, and provide a scientifically implemented method to set up programs for eye disease screening.

"Natural History" Study of Choroideremia

The purpose of this study is to understand the rate of progression of all stages of choroideremia using a variety of assessments performed in the clinic including visual field measures, specialized photography of the eye and participant-reported visual problems

Smartphone Application to Detect Skin Lesions

The primary objective of this study is to determine the sensitivity of an automated total body digital photography (TBDP) app to detect color and size changes in the human skin, and whether a new lesion has arisen.

Non-invasive Measurement of Hemoglobin in Retinal Arteries

The purpose of this study is to test a new non-invasive tool to measure hemoglobin in retinal arteries.

The Effect of Bevacizumab on Corneal Neovascularization

Eight patients with corneal neovascularization were treated with subconjunctival injection of 1.25 mg bevacizumab and had a follow-up of at least 2 months. All patients had persistent corneal neovascularization for at least 6 months unresponsive to other treatments. Patients were monitored by ophthalmic exam and anterior segment photography.

Everolimus for Treatment of Disfiguring Cutaneous Lesions in Neurofibromatosis1 CRAD001CUS232T

This trial is evaluating the use of oral Everolimus to determine if there is a reduction in the size of the disfiguring cutaneous lesions in patients with Neurofibromatosis 1 over a 6 month period. The evaluation will be done by 3D photography measuring volume with the LIFEVIZ Micro system.

Effects of 5 mg vs. 20 mg Desloratadine on Skin Lesions in Patients With Chronic Urticaria (CU)

The purpose of this study is to compare urticaria lesions (size, kinetics) by thermography, volumetry and digital time lapse photography in CU patients treated with desloratadine 5 mg or desloratadine 20 mg. Hypothesis: Updosing of desloratadine (20mg) is more efficient in the treatment of urticarial lesions as compared to standard dosing (5 mg desloratadine).

Effect of Regular Exercise in Prevention of Excessive Weight Gain in Pregnancy

Background: Use of variable definitions of exercise and disparate results, emphasize the need of proper randomized controlled trials examining the relationship between physical activity and weight development during pregnancy. So far, only few intervention studies aiming at weight management during pregnancy have been performed (Gray-Donald et al., 2000,Olson et al., 2004,Polley et al., 2002,Kinnunen et al., 2007). Moreover, most of these interventions have focused on ho...

Cold Magnesium Sulfate Solution for Perineal Swelling Following Vaginal Delivery

The purpose of this study is to compare the impact of treatment with cooled magnesium sulfate and cold water-soaked pads on perineal pain and swelling following vaginal delivery. Assessment of appropriateness for each patient to take part in the study will be performed approximately 2 hours following delivery. Those patients who consent to participate in the trial will be allocated to treatment groups in a double-blinded, randomized manner. Women in the study group will receiv...

WISE ARIC: Retinal Photography in Women With Chest Pain

The purposes of this study are: - To correlate the severity of retinal arteriolar narrowing and other microvascular changes, as determined from retinal photographs and video imaging, to measures of coronary microvascular function in women evaluated for chest pain. - To evaluate measures of vascular compliance with applanation tonometry and photoplethysmography using a nasal alar probe.

A Study to Assess and Compare the Effects of 5 mg vs. 20 mg Desloratadine on the Development of Cold Urticaria Lesions

The aim of this study is to compare cold urticaria lesions by thermography, volumetry and digital time lapse photography in ACU patients treated with placebo, 5 mg and 20 mg desloratadine. Hypothesis: The updosing of desloratadine (20 mg)is more effective in the treatment of ACU symptoms as compared to standard doses (5 mg desloratadine) and placebo.

Assessment of Novel Handheld Fundus Camera

Assessment of handheld fundus images in comparison to conventional fundus camera images.

Participation of Breast Milk Feeding Mothers in Research

To assess concerns and barriers for measuring milk intake of breast fed infants using the remote food photography method and SmartIntake smartphone application. These data will 1) provide support for further development of the Infant RFPM and 2) provide important preliminary data in a National Institutes of Health grant application being developed and assess the prevalence of exclusive breastfeeding and complementary breastfeeding in the study population.


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