1. Reliability of iCare ic100 Rebound Tonometry and Agreement With Goldmann Applanation Tonometry in Healthy and Post-myopic LASIK Patients

    Publisher: Journal of Glaucoma: August 2021

    Authors: Gómez-Gómez, Alicia MSc*; Talens-Estarelles, Cristian MSc†; Alcocer-Yuste, Pablo MD, PhD‡; Nieto, Juan C. PhD†,§

  2. Agreement among Goldmann applanation tonometer, iCare, and Icare PRO rebound tonometers; non-contact tonometer; and Tonopen XL in healthy elderly subjects

    Publisher: International Ophthalmology, 2017

    Authors: Yoshitake Kato, Shunsuke Nakakura, Naoko Matsuo, Kayo Yoshitomi, Marina Handa, Hitoshi Tabuchi, Yoshiaki Kiuchi

  3. Agreement and repeatability of Icare ic100 tonometer

  4. Comparison of rebound tonometry and non-contact airpuff tonometry to Goldmann applanation tonometry

  5. Comparison between Fundus Automated Perimetry and Humphrey Field Analyzer: Performance and usability of the Fundus Automated Perimetry and Humphrey Field Analyzer in healthy, ocular hypertensive, and glaucomatous patients

  6. Comparison of intraocular pressure measured using the new icare 200™ rebound tonometer and the Perkins™ applanation tonometer in healthy subjects and in patients with primary congenital glaucoma

    Publisher: Hospital Clínico San Carlos, Madrid, Spain

    Authors: P Perez-Garcia, L Morales-Fernandez, F Saenz-Frances , C D Mendez-Hernandez, J Garcia-Feijoo, E Santos-Bueso , J M Martinez-de-la-Casa

  7. Nonmydriatic widefield retinal imaging with an automatic white LED confocal imaging system compared with dilated ophthalmoscopy in screening for diabetic retinopathy

  8. Comparison of true-color wide field confocal scanner imaging with standard fundus photography fordiabetic retinopathy screening

  9. Effect of fundus tracking on structure-function relationship in glaucoma

  10. Inter-Device Comparison of Blue-Light Autofluorescence in Optic Disc Drusen