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Atlas of Ophthalmology HD by Onjoph
Medical, Education IOS
The app "Atlas of Ophthalmology HD" by Onjoph presents clinical images of virtually all eye diseases. The App is linked to the data base of the "Atlas of Ophthalmology" Website. In this database more than 6000 ophthalmic diagnoses and images are available, from common diseases like “Glaucoma”, or “Age related Macula degeneration (AMD)” to rare diseases like "M.Stargardt". The ophthalmic image data base of the "Atlas of Ophthalmology" is continuously extended by newly submitted images.
+ About the App
The content of the app is accessible in 8 languages: English, German, Spanish, Portugese/Brasil, Russia, Arabia, partly Chinese and Japan. The language can be selected within the configuration setup of the App. The app is a very useful tool for medical students, medical professionals of all faculties and also for patients interested in medical information.
The app offers ophthalmic images in a mobile setting: fast diagnosis at a blink, confirmation of a suspected diagnosis, presenting medical information to patients at the bedside. By the app all images of the huge database of the "Atlas of Ophthalmology" are available by a mobile device. The "Atlas of Ophthalmology" (www.atlasophthalmology.com) is internationally recognized and officially endorsed by the International Council of Ophthalmology (ICO). All images are peer-reviewed.
With a touch you get ophthalmic images of all eye diseases, optimized for your iPad.
You can download "Atlas of Ophthalmology" from the AppStore for free. In order to use all the features described below, you'll need an annual subscription which you can purchase for $2.99 within the app. This subscription renews automatically until you cancel it.
- Ophthalmic images of 6000 eye diseases
- All images in two different resolutions
- Coupled with diagnosis
- ICD-10 code
- A short comment and
With the search function images can be searched by diagnosis, by keywords or by ICD-10 code. The selected images were presented in a list view. By touching the image, the diagnosis, authors, ICD-10 code and a short comment become visible in a high resolution.
The Index within the app is the major backbone. It shows all images and cases in an anatomical order (conjunctiva, cornea, lens, retina, etc.). The images within an anatomical site (retina, e.g.) were ordered by the type of the disease (acquired degeneration, inflammation, tumors, etc.). All images are linked to keywords.
The app offers additional very useful features. It is possible to change the size of the characters, to save favourite Images or to email images to friends.
Take your iPad and have access to the biggest ophthalmic image data base within the whole internet