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EyesHaveIt
4.0 Ratings 11 Reviews

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4.0
11 Ratings
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  • More Please Dec 11, 2014

    By g_saa
    Great tool! Has great pictures and definitions. Just wish it had more considering some free apps have 5x more topics and breakdown of each disorder.
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  • Amazing May 22, 2017

    By xoxokenzie
    Better pictures than my optometry school teaches with in lecture!
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  • Great study tool and reference for clinic and the wards! Jun 1, 2014

    By sdsherm
    The Eyes Have It mobile app is a great tool to have at your fingertips for reference to ophthalmologic findings. It has a very user-friendly interface, making it an easy, quick reference to use while on the wards or in clinic. Additionally, the drop down sections make it an excellent learning tool for students, providing a systemic way to read through the different findings and pathology. I highly recommend this app to anyone learning about or seeing patients with eye conditions.
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  • Great resource! Easy to use! May 20, 2014

    By Rachel@UM
    This mobile app is a great resource and reference for clinical findings in ophthalmology. Medical students can use it to better understand the subtle differences in certain pathologies and to review the ocular manifestations of systemic disease. It is great for residents who would like to make an informed consult or who may need a quick guide to eye diseases. For how straight forward the app is, it is surprisingly comprehensive. Highly recommended for anyone with a smartphone who is interested in ophthalmology or sees patients who may present with eye complaints!!
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  • Another Great Mobile App from the University of Michigan! Apr 25, 2014

    By UM-fan
    The Eyes Have It is an easy-to-navigate mobile app featuring high-quality images from the Kellogg Eye Center, videos, and animations -- all presented with the convenience and portability of the iPad. I highly recommend The Eyes Have It to anyone needing a comprehensive ophthalmology overview. Another excellent learning tool from the University of Michigan!
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  • Amazing May 22, 2017

    By xoxokenzie
    Better pictures than my optometry school teaches with in lecture!
    more
  • Great study tool and reference for clinic and the wards! Jun 1, 2014

    By sdsherm
    The Eyes Have It mobile app is a great tool to have at your fingertips for reference to ophthalmologic findings. It has a very user-friendly interface, making it an easy, quick reference to use while on the wards or in clinic. Additionally, the drop down sections make it an excellent learning tool for students, providing a systemic way to read through the different findings and pathology. I highly recommend this app to anyone learning about or seeing patients with eye conditions.
    more
  • Great resource! Easy to use! May 20, 2014

    By Rachel@UM
    This mobile app is a great resource and reference for clinical findings in ophthalmology. Medical students can use it to better understand the subtle differences in certain pathologies and to review the ocular manifestations of systemic disease. It is great for residents who would like to make an informed consult or who may need a quick guide to eye diseases. For how straight forward the app is, it is surprisingly comprehensive. Highly recommended for anyone with a smartphone who is interested in ophthalmology or sees patients who may present with eye complaints!!
    more
  • Another Great Mobile App from the University of Michigan! Apr 25, 2014

    By UM-fan
    The Eyes Have It is an easy-to-navigate mobile app featuring high-quality images from the Kellogg Eye Center, videos, and animations -- all presented with the convenience and portability of the iPad. I highly recommend The Eyes Have It to anyone needing a comprehensive ophthalmology overview. Another excellent learning tool from the University of Michigan!
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  • Practical, user friendly Ophthalmology May 19, 2014

    By Dr. Barry Nemon, FACEP
    Ophthalmologist pearls from a master clinician: easy-to-use and practical. Emergency physicians see everything but sometimes infrequently. What was that differential? Now we have a way of obtaining a quick quick consult at 3 AM on Saturday. Thank you Dr. Trobe!
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  • More Please Dec 11, 2014

    By g_saa
    Great tool! Has great pictures and definitions. Just wish it had more considering some free apps have 5x more topics and breakdown of each disorder.
    more

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