Acta Scientific Nutritional Health (ASNH)(ISSN: 2582-1423)

Research Article Volume 7 Issue 7

Nutrition and Disease in Auckland, New Zealand = Current Studies

Ana Clara Coelho Caetano1, Bianca Pessoa Macedo1, Denyse de Oliveira Moraes Saunders1, Guilherme Pinheiro Diógenes1, Liana Maria Feitosa Carvalho1, Luana Maria Ramalho Castro Siqueira1, Paulo Victor Castro de Oliveira1 and Juliana de Lucena Martins Ferreira2

1Student (a) of the Faculty of Medicine Unichristus, Brazil
2Professor (a) of the Unichristus Medical School, Brazil

*Corresponding Author: Ana Clara Coelho Caetano, Student (a) of the Faculty of Medicine Unichristus, Brazil.

Received: May 15, 2023; Published: June 22, 2023


Introduction: Artificial intelligence (AI) is a technology that can help in the analysis of therapeutic procedures, improving the speed, efficiency and accuracy of ophthalmic imaging exams. It is often characterized by the replacement of medical presence by systems such as "Deep Learning" and "Machine Learning", since it has the benefit of cost reduction and the shorter time to obtain imaging results. Given this, artificial intelligence has emerged as a promising resource for ophthalmologists and patients in the screening process.

Objective: The objective of this study was to seek foundations on ophthalmological conditions with the use of AI as well as to evaluate the effectiveness of its use compared to the physical presence of medical professionals.

Methodology: A literary search was performed based on the descriptor: "{(Ophthalmology)} and {(Artificial intelligence)}" in the PubMed and Science Direct databases. In total, 1137 articles were found, from which, after the use of filters and exclusion criteria, 25 articles were selected that related the terms Artificial Intelligence and Ophthalmology and met the objective of this review.

Results and Discussion: Artificial intelligence is being widely used in ophthalmology, proving to be efficient in several ways, such as in the diagnosis and treatment of different pathologies; for example, glaucoma, cataracts, keratoconus and diabetic retinopathy; in ophthalmic surgeries; in the mapping of the cornea and retina.

Conclusion: Although the use of AI in ophthalmology has several advantages, it can be stated that there are still limits regarding its application, such as the lack of qualification of physicians for the use of this tool, the negative perspective related to the unemployment of these professionals - being replaced by the machine - and due to the labor and bioethical situation of the doctor-patient relationship, the presence of a legal apparatus functioning as a brake on the use of Artificial Intelligence in medicine

Keywords: Artificial intelligence; Health Technology; Ophthalmology; Anterior Segment of the Eye; Posterior Segment of the Eye


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Citation: Ana Clara Coelho Caetano., et al. “Ophthalmology and the Benefits of Using Artificial Intelligence: A Literature Review".Acta Scientific Nutritional Health 7.7 (2023): 66-71.


Copyright: © 2023 Ana Clara Coelho Caetano., et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.


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