Using Computer Assisted Detection of Leukocoria
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The red reflex test is an outdated and inaccurate method for determining ocular abnormalities in children. A possible solution to this problem is utilizing modern technology through the usage of Computer Assisted Detection of Leukocoria. This program requires less training, has a lower cost, and has a higher sample size when in direct comparison with the red reflex test. The advantages and disadvantages of using Computer Assisted Detection of Leukocoria to detect ocular abnormality in children is further explored.