Infrared thermography of the anterior eye during contact lenswear
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Published by UMIST in Manchester .
Written in English

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StatementMeng Poey Soh ; supervised by N. Efron.
ContributionsEfron, N., Optometry and Visual Sciences.
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Open LibraryOL20160027M

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Infrared thermography of the anterior eye during contact lens wear. Author: Poey, S. M. ISNI: Awarding Body: Manchester University Current Institution: University of Manchester Date of Award: Availability of Full Text. Conclusions: These results suggest that the impact of monthly silicone hydrogel contact lens materials on the ocular surface after and during contact lens wear, contact lens stability over time. Infrared thermography (IRT) is a non-contact technique that detects emitted radiation represented as surface temperature of the canine body. changes of the anterior eye during and immediately.   The principles of infrared thermography on human eye. In general, IR thermography refers to the recording of temperature, or the distribution of temperature utilizing infrared radiation emitted from a body surface, forming an image called thermogram. Contact Lens and Anterior Eye, 13 (), pp. Google Scholar J.S. Wolffsohn, S.

Ocular Surface Infrared Thermography Holmberg A () The temperature of the eye during application of hot packs and after milk injections. Acta Ophthalmol (Copenh) Purslow C, Wolffsohn JS, Santodomingo-Rubido S () The effect of contact lens wear on dynamic ocular surface temperature. Cont Lens Anterior Eye – Ocular thermography requires high resolution and frame rate: features found in the latest generation of cameras. Applications have included dry eye, contact lens wear, corneal sensitivity, and refractive surgery. Conclusions. Interest in the temperature of the eye spans almost years. Functional infrared (IR) imaging is widely adopted in medical field nowadays, with more emphasis on breast cancer and ocular abnormalities. In this article, an algorithm is presented to accurately locate the eye and cornea in ocular thermographic sequences, which were recorded utilizing functional infrared . Contact Lens & Anterior Eye is a research-based journal covering all aspects of contact lens theory and practice, including original articles on invention and innovations, as well as the regular features of: Case Reports; Literary Reviews; Editorials; Instrumentation and .

  Rectal body temperature (BT) has been documented in exercising dogs to monitor thermoregulation, heat stress risk, and performance during physical activity. Eye (BTeye) and ear (BTear) temperature measured with infrared thermography (IRT) were compared to rectal (BTrec) temperature as the reference method and assess alternative sites to track hyperthermia, possibly to . Introduction The interest in monitoring the ocular surface temperature dates back to , with the first successful measurement using a glass mercury thermometer placed on the conjunctival sac to evaluate OST variations in healthy and acute iritis conditions. 1 Currently, infrared thermography is the gold standard to measure OST with a sensitivity of °C. 1,2 An infrared camera is used to. Fig 3. The Infrared region of the Electromagnetic spectrum The human eye responds to visible light in the range to microns. The vast majority of infrared temperature measurement is made in the range to 20 microns. Although emissions are mostly unable to be detected by a standard camera the Thermal Imager can. Measurement of the corneal surface temperature during the laser surgery have been modified at the last few years, to be used as an extra useful monitoring tool during the dynamic ablation process. While the concentric Placido rings have been used before to measure the refractive errors, here, it have been modified to be used as a new suggested tool to study the thermal response upon the.