|| List of recent Ophthalmic-related patents
|System and method for determining dosimetry in ophthalmic photomedicine|
A system and method for treating ophthalmic target tissue, including a light source for generating a beam of light, a beam delivery system that includes a scanner for generating patterns, and a controller for controlling the light source and delivery system to create a dosimetry pattern of the light beam on the ophthalmic target tissue. One or more dosage parameters of the light beam vary within the dosimetry pattern, to create varying exposures on the target tissue.
The monomer is used for the preparation of a composition for use in manufacturing of ophthalmic lenses potentially with anti-infective properties. Also, methods of making the present monomers are described..
|Poly(nitrogen/amine) derivatives of a natural wax and ophthalmic compositions|
A poly(nitrogen/amine) derivative of a natural wax of formula i, and ophthalmic compositions and contact lens care solutions that contain the poly(nitrogen/amine) derivative of a natural wax of formula i. The invention is also directed to a method of treating a patient with dry eyes, the method comprising instructing a patient to administer one or more eye drops of the ophthalmic composition that includes a poly(nitrogen/amine) derivative of a natural wax of formula i..
|Composition for ophthalmic administration|
Disclosed herein are embodiments of a composition useful for treating and/or preventing dry eye disorders. The disclosed composition comprises components that maintain the composition's chemical and/or physical properties thereby providing a composition suitable for use..
|Ophthalmic analysis apparatus and ophthalmic analysis program|
There is provided an ophthalmic analysis apparatus configured to acquire an analysis result of a tomographic image of a subject eye which is acquired by using optical coherence tomography (oct), and to output the analysis result. The apparatus functions as a display control unit configured to control a display unit to display a two-dimensional image based on an oct tomographic image; an analysis region setting unit configured to set multiple analysis regions on the two-dimensional image displayed on the display unit by the display control unit; and an output control unit configured to acquire an analysis result in the multiple analysis regions set by the analysis region setting unit and to output the acquired analysis result..
|Ophthalmic imaging apparatus|
There is provided an ophthalmic imaging apparatus including an optical coherence tomography (oct) optical system for acquiring a tomographic image of a subject eye, an observation optical system configured to acquire a front image of the subject eye. The apparatus functions as an image generation unit which repeatedly generates the tomographic image based on an output signal from the oct optical system, and repeatedly generates the front image based on an output signal from the observation optical system, a determination unit which detects a positional deviation between a reference front image and each of front images generated by the image generation unit, and determines consecutiveness of the front images whose positional deviation satisfies a permissible range, and a selection process unit which selects one of multiple tomographic images generated by the image generation unit, based on a determination result by the determination unit..
|Ophthalmic photographing apparatus and storage medium storing ophthalmic photographing program|
An ophthalmic photographing apparatus includes: an interference optical system configured to acquire a tomographic image of an eye; a processor; and memory storing computer readable instructions, when executed by the processor, causing the ophthalmic photographing apparatus to: control the interference optical system to acquire multiple tomographic images, and store the multiple tomographic images in a storage unit; acquire a composite image based on the multiple tomographic images stored in the storage unit; start a photographing operation for acquiring the multiple tomographic images based on the photographing position; acquire the composite image from the multiple tomographic images which are acquired by the interference optical system and stored in the storage unit until a first operation signal is received during the photographing operation; and transfer a process to a subsequent photographing operation when a second operation signal is received from the operation unit.. .
|Robust laser cutting methods for ophthalmic surgery|
A method and apparatus for performing ophthalmic laser surgery using a pulsed laser beam is provided. The method includes establishing an initial cutting pattern comprising a plurality of original photodisruption points, establishing an enhanced cutting pattern comprising a plurality of enhanced photodisruption points selected to decrease potential adverse effects due to patient movement and having increased density over a fixed area as compared with the plurality of original photodisruption points, and performing an ocular surgical procedure according to the enhanced cutting pattern.
|Method of separating excess lens forming material from a molded ophthalmic lens, in particular a contact lens|
There is described a method of separating excess lens forming material from a molded ophthalmic lens, in particular a contact lens. After polymerization and/or cross-linking of a lens forming material (p) within a mold cavity (4) of a mold (1) comprising female and male mold halves (2, 3) to form an ophthalmic lens non-polymerized and/or non-cross-linked lens forming material is flushed away from the mold halves (2, 3) with a jet of a fluid flushing medium, such as, e.g., water or a solvent or an inert gas.
|Ophthalmic apparatus and ophthalmic method|
An ophthalmic apparatus includes a fundus image acquisition unit which acquires a plurality of fundus images acquired by imaging fundus of a subject's eye at different times and at least one fundus image that is fewer than the plurality of fundus images and acquired by imaging fundus of the subject's eye at a different time from those for the plurality of fundus images, a unit which generates a new fundus image by averaging the plurality of fundus images, an extraction unit which extracts a feature region from the generated new fundus image, and a unit which tracks the fundus such that positions of a first polarization tomographic image of the fundus corresponding to the new fundus image and a second polarization tomographic image of the fundus corresponding to the at least one fundus image may be corrected based on the extracted feature region and the at least one fundus image.. .
|Iol with varying correction of chromatic aberration|
An ophthalmic lens includes an optical filter operable to filter out at least visible light having a wavelength less than 450 nm. The lens also includes a first diffractive structure adapted to produce a focus for visible light in a first wavelength range above 550 nm and to reduce longitudinal chromatic aberration to less than one diopter for incoming visible light in the first wavelength range.
|Ophthalmic treatment device, system, and method of use|
Ophthalmic treatment systems and methods of using the systems are disclosed. The ophthalmic treatment systems include (a) a light source device; (b) at least one optical treatment head operatively coupled to the light source device, comprising a light source array, and providing at least one treatment light; and (c) a light control device, which (i) provides patterned or discontinuous treatment light projection onto an eye (e.g., the cornea and/or sclera of an eye); or (ii) adjusts intensity of part or all of the light source array, providing adjusted intensity treatment light projection onto an eye (e.g., the cornea and/or sclera of an eye).
A surgical instrument (1) is provided with a rigid probe (2), and cuts off the trabecular meshwork by inserting this probe (2) into the canal of schlemm. An inner tube portion having a cutter is equipped inside the probe, and the trabecular meshwork sucked in from a hole portion (22) is cut off by the cutter due to the movement of the inner tube portion.
|Nanostructured articles and methods to make the same|
Material comprising sub-micrometer particles dispersed in a polymeric matrix. The materials are useful in article, for example, for numerous applications including display applications (e.g., liquid crystal displays (lcd), light emitting diode (led) displays, or plasma displays); light extraction; electromagnetic interference (emi) shielding, ophthalmic lenses; face shielding lenses or films; window films; antireflection for construction applications; and construction applications or traffic signs..
|Multi-piece insert device with locking seal for ophthalmic devices|
This invention discloses methods and apparatuses for sealing and encapsulating components on and within a multi-piece insert. In some embodiments, an ophthalmic lens is cast molded from a silicone hydrogel and the component includes a sealed and encapsulated multi-piece insert portion..
|Multi-piece insert device with glue seal for ophthalmic devices|
Methods and apparatus for sealing and encapsulating components on and within a multi-piece insert are set forth herein. In some embodiments, an ophthalmic lens is cast molded from a silicone hydrogel and the component includes a sealed and encapsulated multi-piece insert portion..
|Method of forming a multi-piece insert device with seal for ophthalmic devices|
This invention discloses methods and apparatus for sealing and encapsulating components on and within a multi-piece insert. In some embodiments, an ophthalmic lens is cast molded from a silicone hydrogel and the component includes a sealed and encapsulated multi-piece insert portion..
The present invention relates to compositions and methods for eye and contact lens care. More particularly, the invention relates to ophthalmic compositions which contain at least one bioflavonoid component for ocular care, preserving ophthalmic solutions and/or disinfecting contact lenses..
|Cyclodextrin nanotechnology for ophthalmic drug delivery|
The invention provides an ophthalmic composition which is an aqueous suspension comprising drug, cyclodextrin and water, the composition having an aqueous phase of from about 0.1% (w/v) to about 90% (w/v) of the drug in solution, as dissolved free drug and as dissolved drug/cyclodextrin complex(es), and a solid phase of from about 10% (w/v) to about 99.9% (w/v) of the drug as solid drug/cyclodextrin particles, suspended in the aqueous phase; the size of the solid particles being from about 10 nm to about 1 mm, the drug/cyclodextrin particles being capable of dissolving in aqueous tear fluid within 24 hours of application to the eye surface. The aqueous eye suspension can be in the form of eye drops, eye gel or eye mist.
|Image forming apparatus, image forming method, program, and ophthalmic apparatus|
A distortion in an image, which occurs when the image is formed by scanning a retina with a resonance scanner, is reduced. An image forming apparatus for forming an image of an object to be inspected includes: a detecting unit for detecting signals relating to a resonance scanner which is set to scan the object to be inspected with measurement light at a first frequency; a determining unit for determining a second frequency which is estimated to be used for the scanning by the resonance scanner, based on a correlation between groups of the detected signals for each cycle of the first frequency; and an image forming unit for forming the image of the object to be inspected based on the determined second frequency..
|Comfortable ophthalmic device and methods of its production|
This invention relates to comfortable ophthalmic devices and methods of producing such devices.. .
|Wettable silicone hydrogel contact lenses and related compositions and methods|
Silicone hydrogel contact lenses having ophthalmically acceptable surface wettabilities are obtained from pre-extracted polymerized silicone hydrogel contact lens products having relatively large amounts of removable or extractable materials. The silicone hydrogel contact lenses can be obtained from non-polar resin based contact lens molds and without surface treatments or an interpenetrating polymeric network of a polymeric wetting agent.
|Fiber comprising a biodegradable polymer|
The present invention relates to a fiber comprising a biodegradable polymer which undergoes dimensional change upon injection in the human or animal body wherein the dimensional change is a reduction of the surface area to volume ratio of a factor 2 to 10. The fiber is sized for injection via a pharmaceutical syringe needle having a bore of at least 25 gauge.
|Methods of inhibiting protein tyrosine kinase activity|
This invention relates to methods for inhibiting kinase activity and/or inhibiting angiogenesis and/or treating a disease responsive to inhibition of kinase activity and/or treating a cell proliferative disease and/or treating an ophthalmic disease, condition or disorder treating cell proliferative diseases and conditions and opthalmological diseases, disorders and conditions comprising administering novel compounds that inhibit protein tyrosine kinase activity.. .
|Method for making improved uv-absorbing ophthalmic lenses|
Described herein is a cost-effective and time-efficient method for making uv-absorbing contact lenses. In contrast to the conventional method for making uv-absorbing contact lenses which involves copolymerizing a lens forming composition including a uv-absorbing vinylic monomer, a method of the invention involves dipping a contact lens in a solution of uv-absorbing polymer comprising carboxyl-containing monomeric units, uv-absorbing monomeric units and covalently bound radical-initiating moieties to form a uv-absorbing coating on the contact lens..
|Antimicrobial ophthalmic devices|
Antimicrobial ophthalmic devices such as contact lenses, ocular inserts, ocular bandages, and intraocular lenses comprise a hydrogel and an antimicrobially-effective amount of epsilon polylysine non-covalently attached to the hydrogel.. .
|Ophthalmic aberrometer capable of subjective refraction|
The present invention contemplates an ophthalmic aberrometer combining measurements of wavefront aberrations and subjective refraction into a single instrument and refers both measurements to the same corneal plane the present invention also contemplates an ophthalmic aberrometer employing an open field and subjective correction to overcome instrument myopia and to ensure accurate measurement of the best-corrected visual acuity in addition to measurement of wavefront aberrations. The present invention further contemplates an ophthalmic aberrometer implementing an optical relay with adjustable optical power compensation to eliminate the need for flipping plurality sets of trial lenses for defocus correction.
|Method for designing and machining an ophthalmic lens, method for manufacturing a bevelled lens and corresponding lenses|
A central area of a lens is defined with a central perimeter coinciding with a perimeter of a frame, a temporal line divides the central area into a nasal area and a temporal area, a useful perimeter is formed from the nasal area and the temporal line, a useful area is delimited by the useful perimeter, and a prescription is determined for the user. The temporal line is outside a cone with at least a 30° opening, an apex of which is in a center of rotation of a user's eye, which is an optical axis.
|Method and algorithm for designing custom optics|
Provided herein is a computer program product comprising a non-transitory computer-readable medium storing an algorithm to optimize a wavefront guided correction for a custom ophthalmic lens. The correction is determined from inputs of quantified wavefront error and registration uncertainty and a metric predictive of a visual performance task of interest and provides a level of visual performance within a user-defined performance range.
|Apparatus for diagnosis of optically identifiable ophthalmic conditions|
An apparatus that can measure images of at least a portion of an eye and record data sets indicative of a neurological condition. A method interrelates an image and a data set to provide an interpretive result.
|Fasteners, deployment systems, and methods for ophthalmic tissue closure and fixation of ophthalmic prostheses and other uses|
Improved tissue fasteners are disclosed that can be inserted into (and optionally through) tissue structures underlying a tissue surface for affixing overlapping tissues and tissue planes together, and the like. In some embodiments, an elongate anvil body may protrude distally and/or laterally from a fastener support disposed along the base.
|Ophthalmic devices for delivery of beneficial agents|
Contact lenses comprising phosphorylcholine groups release beneficial polyionic or guanidinium-containing agents.. .
|Container for accommodating an ophthalmic lens during a lens treatment process|
A container (1) for accommodating an ophthalmic lens during a lens treatment process has a longitudinal axis (12) and comprises a containment portion (2), a mounting portion (3), and a retaining element (4). The containment portion (2) comprises a tubular section (21) and a bottom (22) protruding convexly towards the outside at one end of the tubular section (21) and has a number of apertures (23, 24).
|Ophthalmic lens with optical sectors|
An ophthalmic lens comprising a main lens part, a recessed part, an optical centre, and an optical axis through the optical centre, the main lens part having at least one boundary with the recessed part, the main lens part having an optical power of between about −20 to about +35 dioptre, the recessed part positioned at a distance of less than 2 mm from the optical centre and including a near part having a relative dioptre of about +1.0 to about +5.0 with respect to the optical power of the main lens part, the boundary or boundaries of the recessed lens part with the main lens part form a blending part or blending parts, are shaped to refract light away from the optical axis, and have a curvature resulting in a loss of light, within a circle with a diameter of 4 mm around the optical centre, of less than about 15%.. .
|Method and system for providing an intraocular lens having an improved depth of field|
A method and system provide an ophthalmic device. The ophthalmic device includes an ophthalmic lens having an anterior surface, a posterior surface, an optic axis and at least one diffractive grating pattern.
|Method and device for ophthalmic administration of active pharmaceutical ingredients|
Disclosed is the use of a mist of a pharmaceutical composition for ophthalmic delivery of a protein or peptide active pharmaceutical ingredient, a related method of treatment and a device useful in implementing the use and method. Disclosed is also the use of a mist for ophthalmic delivery of a pharmaceutical composition including a highly irritating penetration enhancer and an ophthalmically acceptable carrier, a related method of treatment and a device useful in implementing the use and method.
|Hybrid compounds and methods of making and using the same|
The present disclosure provides compounds, or pharmaceutically acceptable salts thereof, for inhibiting the growth of a microbe; treating a mammal having a microbial infection, malaria, mucositis, an ophthalmic infection, an otic infection, a cancer, or a mycobacterium infection; killing or inhibiting the growth of a plasmodium species; inhibiting the growth of a mycobacterium species; modulating an immune response in a mammal; or antagonizing unfractionated heparin, low molecular weight heparin, or a heparin/low molecular weight heparin derivative.. .
|Multi-ring lens, systems and methods for extended depth of focus|
Systems and methods for providing enhanced image quality across a wide and extended range of foci encompass vision treatment techniques and ophthalmic lenses such as contact lenses and intraocular lenses (iols). Exemplary iol optics can include an aspheric refractive profile imposed on a first or second lens surface, and a diffractive profile imposed on a first or second lens surface.
|Apparatus and method for activation of components of an energized ophthalmic lens|
This present invention provides apparatus and methods for the activation of an energized ophthalmic lens. In some embodiments, the present invention provides for activation and deactivation of one or more components via wireless communication with an activation unit external to the ophthalmic lens.
|Ophthalmic lens comprising a unique lens identification code|
An ophthalmic lens (1) has a concave front surface (2) and a convex rear surface, each of the front and rear surfaces comprising a central optical zone (4) which is surrounded by a peripheral zone (3). The ophthalmic lens (1) further comprises a unique lens identification code which is arranged in the peripheral zone (3) of one of said front and rear surfaces.
|Polymerizable composition for ophthalmic and medical use and antimicrobial composition obtained by polymerizing the polymerizable composition|
A polymerizable composition for ophthalmic or medical use comprising an epsilon-polylysine having (meth)acryloyl group is provided. The content of the epsilon-polylysine having (meth)acryloyl group in the polymerizable composition is preferably about 0.1 to 99% by weight, based on the whole amount of the composition.
|Ophthalmic and contact lens solutions using choline|
Where r1, r2, r3 and r4 are —h or low molecular weight radicals, and r5 is a low molecular weight radical, or salt thereof; an effective amount of a tonicity agent; and the balance water.. .
|Stable ophthalmic formulations|
Disclosed herein are stable formulations suitable for the treatment of glaucoma and ocular hypertension.. .
|Finafloxacin suspension compositions|
The present invention relates to methods for treating an ophthalmic, otic, or nasal infection comprising treating the infected tissue with a suspension composition comprising finafloxacin or a finafloxacin derivative. The present invention also relates to antimicrobial compositions comprising finafloxacin free base or a finafloxacin derivative.
|Ophthalmic system with synergistic properties|
Disclosed herein are ophthalmic cleaning systems and methods for their use, which comprise an ophthalmic solution and lens case, wherein the solution includes dual disinfectants and the lens case includes silver. When the lens case is combined with the solution according to the system of the present invention, it surprisingly exhibits synergistic activity which results in a faster antimicrobial activity..
|Polymeric artificial tear system|
The present invention relates to artificial tear formulations and ophthalmic formulations suitable for drug delivery. The formulations comprise galactomannans such as guar or hydroxypropyl guar and a borate source such as boric acid.
|Ophthalmic imaging apparatus, control method of ophthalmic imaging apparatus and storage medium|
An apparatus comprises: a projection unit arranged in an illumination optical system for projecting illumination light onto a fundus of an eye and to project a focus index onto the eye; a focus lens arranged in a light-receiving optical system for guiding reflected light from the fundus to an image sensor and to focus the image sensor on the fundus; a first unit to detect an approximate focus position using the focus index in a first mode; a second unit to detect a focus position in a second mode by evaluating a luminance-contrast of a fundus image formed on the image sensor based on the approximate focus position; and a control unit to control positions of the focus lens and the projection unit in association with each other in the first mode, and control them independently in the second mode.. .
|Opthalmic lens with regressive and non-regressive rotationally symmetric optical design elements|
Aspects of the present invention provide an ophthalmic lens comprising at least one regressive and at least one non-regressive rotationally symmetric optical design element. The regressive and non-regressive optical design elements can be combined so as to form a desired optical power profile for the lens while simultaneously exploiting the different relative orientation of the astigmatic vectors of the constituent regressive and non-regressive design elements, thereby resulting in reduced unwanted astigmatism.
|Production of an ophthalmic lens suitable for stereoscopic vision|
A process for producing an ophthalmic lens which is suitable for stereoscopic vision based on selection of circular light-polarization includes laminating a quarter-wave retarding layer (3) onto an ophthalmic base lens (1). Such process leads to low unit cost for the lenses produced, and a high optical quality.
|Sensors for triggering electro-active ophthalmic lenses|
An electro-active ophthalmic lens includes an electromyography sensor, a processor, and an electro-active optical element. The electromyography sensor is configured to detect an electric field in a ciliary muscle of the eye that is proportional to a force exerted by the ciliary muscle and to generate a sensor signal indicative of the electric field.
|After-treatment of refraction correction by ophthalmic surgery|
A planning system for generating control data, a treatment device for ophthalmic surgery to correct refraction, and a method for generating control data for such a treatment device, by which method it is easily possible to continue an interrupted treatment or correct a previous treatment. To this end, the planning system has calculating means for defining a corneal incision surface, wherein the calculating means determine the new corneal incision surface such that the existing corneal incision surface is incised by at least a part of the new corneal incision surface at an angle of between 60° and 120°..
|Closure cap for bottle container|
Disclosed is a two piece closure caps for bottle containers having a threaded neck portion onto which the cap is intended to fit. More specifically, the bottle container is used for storing and dispensing pharmaceutical/medical product.
|Ophthalmic devices and methods with application specific integrated circuits|
Ophthalmic devices with dynamic electro-active elements offer variable optical power and/or depth of field that restore lost accommodation in individuals suffering from presbyopia or aphakia. An illustrative device senses physiological processes indicative of the accommodative response and actuates a dynamic electro-active element to provide the desired change in optical power and/or depth of field.
|Compositions and methods for treating inflammatory conditions of the ocular surface|
This application discloses ophthalmic formulations and methods for treating inflammatory disease and conditions of the ocular surface with one or more c-c chemokine receptor type 7 (ccr7) antagonists. The compositions may be formulated for subconjunctival or topical administration to the eye and are effective in the treatment of inflammatory disease and conditions of the ocular surface..
|Ophthalmic surgical device for capsulotomy|
A surgical device and procedure are provided for performing microsurgery, including a capsulotomy of a lens capsule of an eye. The device has an elastically deformable cutting element mounted within an elastomeric suction cup.
The invention comprises a method of making molded, double-crosslinked (i.e., two stages of crosslinking), transparent, collagen materials using a novel combination of diafiltration, lyophilization, and homogenization. The collagen material can be used not only as an ophthalmic device, but also as a tissue scaffold, drug delivery device, wound dressing, or other collagen hydrogel based device..
|Artificial tears and therapeutic uses|
The present invention provides ophthalmic compositions, e.g. Artificial tears, suitable for treating dry eye syndrome in a human or other mammal suffering there from, e.g.
|Remote exam viewing system|
An internet-enabled software engine is provided on a global server to provide remote viewing and manipulation of ophthalmic exams, with the internet-enabled software engine being an instantiation of the functionability of the oct machine on which the exam is performed, and with the internet-enabled software engine providing both remote viewing of oct exams and manipulation of this data, thus to give a user the ability to view and manipulate the dense data sets associated with ophthalmic exams anywhere in the world with ease.. .
|Ophthalmic lenses with melanin and ocular lens pigment having low fluorescence|
Fluorescence as a new source of haze caused by the light-filtering agent in ophthalmic lenses is introduced. A transparent ophthalmic lens comprising melanin as the light filtering agent with reduced fluorescence from melanin is described and the techniques used to quench the melanin fluorescence..
|Ophthalmic lens combinations|
An ophthalmic device is provided for a patient that has a basic prescription for distant vision, the ophthalmic device including a primary optic and a supplemental optic. The primary optic is configured for placement in the eye and has a base optical power configured to substantially provide the basic prescription.
|Adjustable foot pedal control for ophthalmic surgery|
A foot pedal control for a surgical system, e.g., an ophthalmic surgery system, that adjusts to a number of different sizes of user's shoes. The foot pedal control has a treadle on which a user places his or her foot and a sensor that tracks the movements thereof.
|Ophthalmic laser system|
An ophthalmic laser system generating a first beam at a wavelength suitable for performing selective laser trabeculoplasty and selectively generating a second beam at a wavelength suitable for performing secondary cataract surgery procedures. The laser system is able to select between directing the first beam or the second beam to the eye of a patient.
|Silicone containing monomers with hydrophilic end groups|
Silicone containing reactive monomers with hydrophilic end-groups of formula i useful in the manufacture of biocompatible medical devices are disclosed, wherein r1 is h or ch3, a is 0 or 1, p is an integer from 1 to 6, q is an integer from 1 to 3 and for each q, the end groups r51, r52, r53 are independently an alkyl, alkyl ether, trimethylsiloxy group, or a substituted or non-substituted aromatic group and at least one of them has a hydrophilic group attached, preferably to the terminal end of r51, r52, r53, x is o or nr54, where r54 is h or a monovalent alkyl group with 1 to 4 carbons, n is an integer from 1 to 100, r2 and r3 are independently an alkyl, alkyl ether, or a substituted or non-substituted aromatic group, preferred r2 and r3 include methyl, ethyl, and phenyl, l is a divalent linker comprising substituted and unsubstituted alkylene groups having 1-14 carbon atoms, which may be straight or branched, substituted and unsubstituted alkoxy groups having 2-12 carbons, polyethers, oxazolines, and substituted and unsubstituted heterocyclic groups. Suitable substituents include aryl, amine, ether, amide, hydroxyl groups, combinations thereof and the like.
|Opsin-binding ligands, compositions and methods of use|
Compounds are disclosed that are useful for treating ophthalmic conditions caused by or related to production of toxic visual cycle products that accumulate in the eye, such as dry adult macular degeneration, as well as conditions caused by or related to the misfolding of mutant opsin proteins and/or the mis-localization of opsin proteins. Compositions of these compounds alone or in combination with other therapeutic agents are also described, along with therapeutic methods of using such compounds and/or compositions.
|Ophthalmic surgery measurement system|
An ophthalmic apparatus for measuring spatial distances within a patient's eye is disclosed. The apparatus can be used to measure, for example, the capsular bag depth in an aphakic eye.
|Ophthalmic apparatus, image processing method, and storage medium|
A ophthalmic apparatus includes: an imaging unit configured to obtain, through a photographing optical system, an image of an eye to be examined which is illuminated with illumination light from an observation light source of an illumination optical system; a display unit configured to display the image obtained by the imaging unit; and an image processing unit configured to display an image of the eye on the display unit at a display magnification corresponding to an observation portion of the eye or a display magnification corresponding to operation of the imaging unit.. .
|Ophthalmic imaging apparatus, control method for ophtalmic imaging apparatus, and storage medium|
An ophthalmic imaging apparatus having an automatic transition function for transiting from an anterior ocular observation state to a fundus observation state, an autofocus function performed during fundus observation, and an automatic image capturing function performed when fundus alignment is complete, the apparatus comprising: a first control unit configured to control the automatic transition function, the autofocus function, and the automatic image capturing function to be deactivated in response to a first user operation; and a second control unit configured to control the deactivated automatic transition function, autofocus function, and automatic image capturing function to be reactivated in response to a second user operation.. .
|Ophthalmic apparatus and alignment determination method|
An ophthalmic apparatus that determines whether alignment with a subject eye is complete using an observation image of an anterior ocular segment of the subject eye obtained through a split prism determines whether or not the alignment is a success or failure based on a position of a pupil image on respective lines of a line pair that are parallel to a boundary of the split prism and are equidistant from the boundary in the observation image. The ophthalmic apparatus determines the success or failure of alignment for a plurality of line pairs whose distances from the boundary are different, and determines whether or not the alignment is complete based on the obtained determination results..
|Ophthalmic imaging apparatus, control method for ophthalmic imaging apparatus, and storage medium|
An ophthalmic imaging apparatus including an observation light source configured to emit observation light for observation of an eye to be examined and an imaging light source configured to emit imaging light for imaging the eye, the apparatus comprises a photometry unit configured to acquire a photometric value of an observation image of the eye illuminated by the observation light source; an alignment processing unit configured to perform alignment processing to match the eye with a target position; an imaging light amount adjusting unit configured to adjust a light amount of the imaging light source by using the photometric value before completion of the alignment processing; and an imaging processing unit configured to image the eye by using a light amount adjusted by the imaging light amount adjusting unit after completion of the alignment processing.. .
|Optical angular measurement system for ophthalmic applications and method for positioning of a toric intraocular lens with increased accuracy|
An ophthalmic system for use in performing angular measurements in relation to a patient's eye. The ophthalmic system can include an optical angular measurement device that can provide angular indicia by, for example, projecting an image of an angular measurement reticle onto a patient's eye or by superimposing an image of an angular measurement reticle onto an image of the patient's eye.