Tag Archive for: photography

Close up of a child with leukocoria detected by CRADLE, with results boxes around both eyes and magnified images of both eyes below the main photo.

From CRADLE to Care: Your Photos Can Help Scientists Build an App for Parents to Diagnose Serious Child Eye Disease Early.

A White pupil is the most common early sign of eye cancer in young children, and it’s usually seen first in photos. Do you want to turn your smartphone into a powerful cancer-detector? Mark Billings, WE C Hope USA Director, tells the story behind the CRADLE app and explains how you can help scientists improve it.

A baby has one red pupil and one white pupul - the classic early sign of eye cancer in children.

PhotoRED: Know the Glow and Check for Normal Fundal Reflex in Children.

Taking photographs to check for red eye reflex is one of the best ways parents can detect early signs of serious eye disease in young children. Here we explain red eye photography and the simple technique all parents should know to check for healthy red reflex in children.