Spectral domain optical coherence tomography (SD-OCT) is a landmark diagnostic technology. Clinicians should keep top of mind that SD-OCTs, as sophisticated as they are, do not think or interpret. That is solely the job of the clinician. In addition, visually assessing the retinal nerve fiber layer (RNFL) directly can yield more qualitative information than SD-OCT scans provide.
I do not own a smartwatch. However, I do understand the appeal of one. Along with checking your email and telling time simultaneously, smartwatches have the capacity to readily access health data.
Everyone is counting his steps these days, and smart devices now typically come equipped with programs to log an individual’s health metrics.
Where does eye health fit into this?