People all over the world has a staggering 463 million plus diabetic patients. And it is projected to reach over 700 million in 2045.
Reference source of the number of patients and forecast: IDF DIABETES ATLAS
The retina is a thin layer of tissue that lines the back of the eye. The purpose of the retina is to receive light,
convert it into neural signals and send these signals to the brain for visual recognition.
If you are diabetic, have high BP or 40 years plus, you might have the risk of retina abnormalities.
You might not even recognize the early signs of retina abnormalities.
However, early detection, timely treatment and appropriate follow-up care can reduce the risk for severe vision loss.
Hence a regular retina check helps to safeguard your eyes.
The short time taken, accuracy, consistency and scalability are the major advantages of AI. If you are checked with AI for retina abnormalities, you can then visit an eye specialist. Your eye specialist can make further reliable check with confidence based on the highly accurate information provided by AI.
Thus, by double checking with AI and eye specialist, you can have peace of mind.