In this way, pupillometry
could help define individuals with autism across a range of symptoms, expanding our diagnostic capability beyond a single "yes" or "no" classification.
The device operates on the optical low-coherence interferometry principle and measures axial length (AL), anterior chamber depth (ACD), keratometry, corneal topography, white-to-white distance (WTW) and pupillometry
Tenders are invited for Corneal Topographer With Biometry And Pupillometry
(Optical Biometry And Topography System)
and direct pupillary light reflex measurements were used to evaluate the mydriatic effects.
It will provide automated visual acuity testing using voice-recognition, as well as visual fields testing, pupillometry
and a host of other functions.
in healthy volunteers as a biomarker of tramadol efficacy.
Dissociable but inter-related systems of cognitive control and reward during decision making: Evidence from pupillometry
and event-related fMRI.
An approach to the assessment of diabetic neuropathy based on dynamic pupillometry
Utility of dynamic pupillometry
in alcohol testing on drivers
, as it's called, has been used in social psychology, clinical psychology, humans, animals, children, infants.
data from the study demonstrate that NKTR-181's centrally-mediated opioid effects are dose-linear and that the molecule enters the brain slowly.
It might be impractical to perform pretreatment fMRIs on each of the estimated 13-14 million American adults affected by major depressive disorder each year, but pupillometry
might be a low-cost potential alternative.