The potential and value of objective eye tracking in the ophthalmology clinic

Clark, Rosie and Blundell, James and Dunn, Matt J and Erichsen, Jonathan T and Giardini, Mario E and Gottlob, Irene and Harris, Chris and Lee, Helena and Mcilreavy, Lee and Olson, Andrew and Self, Jay E and Vinuela-Navarro, Valldeflors and Waddington, Jonathan and Woodhouse, J Margaret and Gilchrist, Iain D and Williams, Cathy (2019) The potential and value of objective eye tracking in the ophthalmology clinic. Eye, 33 (8). pp. 1200-1202. ISSN 0950-222X

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    Abstract

    Numerous research studies have demonstrated the scope and value of eye movement recording (EMR). There is now potential for EMR to be helpful in a range of clinical contexts and it could be developed as a routine part of the repertoire of clinical investigations offered by the NHS, at least in tertiary centres. We highlight potential uses and challenges below, as a prelude to further development and debate