diagnostics

Surveying old, new diagnostic tests for pediatric neuro-ophthalmic casesNeuro-ophthalmology tests for children have made strides in the past 25 years, especially in the area of diagnostic technology. Though some testing devices remain useful, there are also advances such as in genetic testing that are being used with greater frequency.
Proper diagnosis of OSD, dry eye hinges on right protocol in place
Proper diagnosis of OSD, dry eye hinges on right protocol in placeScott Schachter, OD, discusses dry eye disease, ocular surface disease, and developing protocols to diagnose both in his latest video blog.
Biomarkers: Top challenges and opportunities in managed careBiomarkers, if used appropriately, could ensure patients receive the appropriate treatment sooner, and that they have better outcomes at reduced costs. But despite the potential and expanding capabilities, barriers to full-fledged use remain.
[BLOG]: Diagnostics as aids for specialty drug treatmentLaboratory diagnostics are essential tools of physician practice, informing many medical decisions. Physicians will increasingly rely on companion and other types of lab diagnostics that consider genetic, proteomic, or other markers in connection with drug treatment strategies.
Cognitive computing could improve accuracy of skin-cancer diagnosticsTechnology may enhance ability to ID cancerous disease states