KR101774161B1 - Fusion device for image diagnosis and treatment of meibomian gland dysfunction - Google Patents

Fusion device for image diagnosis and treatment of meibomian gland dysfunction Download PDF

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KR101774161B1
KR101774161B1 KR1020160080455A KR20160080455A KR101774161B1 KR 101774161 B1 KR101774161 B1 KR 101774161B1 KR 1020160080455 A KR1020160080455 A KR 1020160080455A KR 20160080455 A KR20160080455 A KR 20160080455A KR 101774161 B1 KR101774161 B1 KR 101774161B1
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Abstract

The present invention relates to an apparatus for image diagnosis and treatment of meibomian gland dysfunction, and more specifically, to an apparatus for treatment of meibomian gland dysfunction, which comprises: an eyelid holding part pressing the eyelid from the inside and the outside; an optical photographing part for photographing the cross section of the eyelid; and a meibomian gland stimulating part providing stimulus for dissolving, relaxing or softening residues hardened in the meibomian gland, so as to induce secretion of the meibomian gland by pressing the eyelid, while checking the degree of meibomian gland dysfunction and activating the secretion of secretions by stimulating the meibomian gland with heat and vibration. Accordingly, through the apparatus for treatment of meibomian gland dysfunction according to the present invention, it is expected that the apparatus for image diagnosis and treatment of meibomian gland dysfunction can be usefully used for treatment of meibomian gland dysfunction such as xerophthalmia and the like.

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Technical Field [0001] The present invention relates to a fusion diagnostic apparatus and a treatment method of a meibomian gland dysfunction,

More particularly, the present invention relates to an apparatus for treating myombus disease. More particularly, the present invention relates to an apparatus for treating myombus disease, and more particularly, And to an apparatus for treating myombus disease capable of inducing discharge.

Meibomian gland is a kind of sebaceous glands in the eyelids that secrete fat components to form an oil layer on the tear layer. The meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD) is a condition in which the function of myospasm occurs due to various causes and causes a chronic anomie. Myasthenia infarction is a state in which the function of My spring is reduced, and a mass of white transparent oil is formed in the parenchyma tube and my spring is clogged. As a result, the secretion of fat components is reduced and the tear is evaporated excessively, resulting in ocular dryness syndrome. In order to diagnose myalgia dysfunction, a slit lamp examination and my spring 's photograph are required for eyelid and eye surface.

On the other hand, in the case of dry eye syndrome due to myalgia dysfunction, improvement of the symptoms can be seen by preventing the evaporation of tears and improving the ocular surface environment that helps the tear production. The most widely known method is artificial tears, including closure of the pus, but in the case of artificial tears temporarily relieves the symptoms is not a fundamental treatment. In particular, excessive use of artificial tears containing preservatives can harm eye health.

Ophthalmologists have recommended warm steam-towel massage and pampering as a way to help create tears, effectively preventing tear evaporation without side effects. However, in order to treat myalgia dysfunction, the procedure of mechanically squeezing eyelids with a hand or a cotton swab to induce my spring discharge is the most obvious method.

Therefore, in order to treat myalgia dysfunction, the development of a device for effectively inducing myalgate discharge has been a major subject, and research has been conducted (Korean Patent No. 10-1586684), but it is still not enough .

Disclosure of the Invention The present invention has been conceived to solve the above-mentioned problems. The present invention provides a device for treating myasthenia virus disease, which is capable of diagnosing mypanic disease and effectively inducing myasthenia gravis discharge by having a eyelid- Invented.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION Accordingly,

A lid grip portion 100 to which one of the upper and lower grip portions 110 and 120 is rotatably coupled;

An optical photographing unit (200) installed in the eyelid finger holding unit (100) for photographing a section of my spring in the eyelid;

A mybalance stimulating part 300 installed in the eyelid hold part 100 for stimulating the remnants in the my spring saline; And

And an operation unit 400 disposed in the eyelid hold unit 100 for controlling the driving of the optical photographing unit 200 and the mybalance stimulating unit 300. [

However, the technical problem to be solved by the present invention is not limited to the above-mentioned problems, and other matters not mentioned can be clearly understood by those skilled in the art from the following description.

In order to achieve the above object,

A lid grip portion 100 to which one of the upper and lower grip portions 110 and 120 is rotatably coupled;

An optical photographing unit (200) installed in the eyelid finger holding unit (100) for photographing a section of my spring in the eyelid;

A mybalance stimulating part 300 installed in the eyelid hold part 100 for stimulating the remnants in the my spring saline; And

And a manipulation unit (400) disposed in the eyelid finger holding unit (100) for controlling driving of the optical photographing unit (200) and the myo spring stimulating unit (300).

Preferably, the optical photographing unit 200 includes:

An optical fiber unit 210 for outputting light to be incident on the eyelid;

A scanning unit 220 for receiving light reflected or scattered from the eyelid and detecting an optical signal; And

And a guiding unit 230 surrounding the outer side of the optical fiber unit 210.

Preferably, the mi-spring stimulating unit 300 includes:

A vibration unit 310 for generating vibration; And

And a heating unit 320 including a heating line and a heating element coupled to the heating line.

Preferably, the apparatus for treating myasthenia gravis may further include a handle 500 connected to the back of the eyelid hold 100 and gripping an outer circumference by hand.

Preferably, the device for treating myasthenia disease is disposed between the upper clamping unit 110 and the lower clamping unit 120 so that when the upper clamping unit 110 and the lower clamping unit 120 are rotated, And a support portion 600 for adjusting up and down driving for gripping the eyelid.

Preferably, the lid of the lid of the lid of the eyelid is pressed inside and outside the eyelid to discharge the myalgia secretion.

Preferably, the optical photographing unit 200 may be an optical coherence tomography (OCT).

Preferably, the operation unit 400 includes:

A first operation unit 410 connected to the optical photographing unit 200;

A second operation unit 420 connected to the vibration unit 310; And

And a third operation unit 430 connected to the heat generating unit 320.

Preferably, the myalgia disease is ocular dryness syndrome.

The apparatus for treating myasthenic disease according to the present invention is characterized in that the degree of myalgia is determined through an optical photographing section for photographing a section of the myalpis in the eyelid, It is possible to promote the flow of sebum by inducing dissolution, relaxation or softening of the remnants in the myospasm. In addition, the eyelid can be mechanically pressed, thereby effectively inducing myalgia discharge.

Therefore, it is expected that it can be effectively used for treating diseases caused by myalgia dysfunction such as dry eye syndrome.

In addition, the optical photographing part enables imaging of various diseases of the eyelid as well as myalgia, and enables imaging of various diseases such as tumors occurring in structures located deep within the orbit such as the lacrimal gland depending on the degree of proficiency of the user.

FIG. 1 is a perspective view of an apparatus 10 for treating myalgia disease according to an embodiment of the present invention.
2 is an exploded perspective view of a device 10 for treating myalgia diseases according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 3 is a side view of an upper clamping unit 110 and a lower clamping unit 120 of the eyelid clipper 100 in an apparatus 10 for treating myasthenia grave disease according to an embodiment of the present invention.
4 illustrates an optical fiber unit 210, a scanning unit 220, and a guiding unit 230 of an optical scanning unit 200 in an apparatus 10 for treating myasthenia grave disease according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 5 illustrates a vibrating part 310 and a heat generating part 320 of a mybalance stimulating part 300 in an apparatus 10 for treating myalgal diseases according to an embodiment of the present invention.
6 shows a first operation unit 410, a second operation unit 420 and a third operation unit 430 of the operation unit 400 in the device 10 for treating myastomosis according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 7 shows a rotating state of the device 10 for treating myalgia diseases according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 8 shows a state in which the device 10 for treating myombus disease according to an embodiment of the present invention is used.
FIG. 9 shows a state in which the eyelid is squeezed and treated by using the apparatus 10 for treating myombus disease according to an embodiment of the present invention.

Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings, in order that those skilled in the art can easily carry out the present invention. The shapes, sizes, ratios, angles, numbers, and the like disclosed in the drawings for describing the embodiments of the present invention are illustrative, and thus the present invention is not limited thereto. In the following detailed description of the preferred embodiments of the present invention, a detailed description of known functions and configurations incorporated herein will be omitted when it may make the subject matter of the present invention rather unclear. In the drawings, like reference numerals are used throughout the drawings.

In addition, in the entire specification, when a part is referred to as being 'connected' to another part, it may be referred to as 'indirectly connected' not only with 'directly connected' . Also, to "include" an element means that it may include other elements, rather than excluding other elements, unless specifically stated otherwise.

FIG. 1 and FIG. 2 are a perspective view and an exploded perspective view of a device 10 for treating myalgia diseases according to an embodiment of the present invention. 1 and 2, an apparatus 10 for treating myasthenia gravis disease according to an embodiment of the present invention includes a bladder grasping part 100, an optical photographing part 200, a my spring stimulating part 300, And may further include an operating portion 400 and may further include a handle 500 and / or a supporting portion 600.

The apparatus 10 for treating myalgia diseases according to an embodiment of the present invention can grasp the inner and outer parts of the eyelid through a tongue-like eyelid grip unit 100. At this time, the optical photographing unit 200 and the myo spring stimulating unit 300 may be disposed in the eyelid hold unit 100. By adopting such a configuration, it is possible to diagnose myospasm in the eyelid when the eyelid is grasped, and at the same time, heat, vibration and pressure are applied to the myospasm, thereby effectively discharging the myelin secretion. Therefore, it is expected that the treatment of dysfunction caused by my spring is possible.

Hereinafter, each component constituting the device 10 for treating myasthenic disease according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail.

The eyelid gripping part 100 may be configured to press the inside and outside of the eyelid in a clamping manner and may include an upper clamping part 110 and a lower clamping part 120, as shown in FIG. At this time, the upper clamping unit 110 and the lower clamping unit 120 can be coupled to each other so as to be rotatable, and the user can adjust the rotation of the upper clamping unit 110 and the lower clamping unit 120, respectively. In addition, the portion where the eyelashes are actually gripped occurs only on one side of the upper gripper portion 110 and the lower gripper portion 120.

On the other hand, when the treatment is performed using the eyelid hold portion 100, the inside and outside of the eyelid is grasped to massage the eyelid, and the eyelid is squeezed from the inside of the eyelid while pressing it, . At this time, it is desirable that the eyelid holders 100 minimize the contact area and reduce the frictional force in order to have smooth movement in the inside and outside of the eyelid. As shown in FIG. 3, one side of the upper gripper 110 and the lower gripper 120, which grip the eyelashes, is preferably formed in a flattened ring shape to reduce frictional force.

In addition, in order to perform effective treatment when the massage of the eyelid proceeds according to the embodiment of the present invention, it is preferable to enlarge the area covered with the eyelid enough to cover the eyelid. For this purpose, it is preferable that the width (a) of the loop is formed to be a length corresponding to the width of the eyelashes of a child to an adult, wherein the width (a) is preferably 0.5 cm to 3 cm, But it is not limited thereto.

In addition, a sufficient upper width b is required for the optical pick-up unit 200, the micro-spring stimulating unit 300, and the connecting members to be described later to be inserted into the ring. In this case, the upper width (b) is preferably 3 mm to 5 mm, more preferably 4 mm, but is not limited thereto.

On the other hand, the height (c) of the ring may be 0.5 to 2.5 mm, but is not limited thereto.

As shown in FIG. 2, the optical photographing unit 200 may be configured to detect an image signal by irradiating illumination light to photograph a cross section of the myo spring in the eyelid, have. More specifically, it is preferred that the upper clip portion 110 or the upper clip portion 120 be inserted into the lower clip portion 120 inserted into the eyelid for photographing a cross section of the myo spring in the lid. 110 and the lower gripper 120 as shown in FIG. In this case, the optical photographing unit 200 may be an optical coherence tomography (OCT) apparatus or an infrared ray photographing apparatus, and more preferably an optical coherence tomography apparatus (OCT) But is not limited to. As a result, it is possible to perform real-time tomographic imaging of my spring spring in the eyelid.

The optical photographing unit 200 may be formed of an optical coherence tomography apparatus (OCT) as described above, and may be constructed in the same manner and in the same manner as a commonly used optical coherence tomography apparatus (OCT) Can be operated. 4, the optical pick-up unit 200 may include an optical fiber unit 210, a scanning unit 220, and a guiding unit 230, and the optical fiber unit 210 may include And the light is divided into two lights, and the light is irradiated to the myo spring and the reference end in the eyelid, and the light reflected or scattered back at the my spring and the reference end is again encountered to generate an interference signal. At this time, the interference signal of the reflected or scattered light is detected through the scanning unit 220, and the detected interference signal can be converted into a video signal through a demodulation process and can be visually expressed.

As shown in FIG. 2, the mybalance stimulating unit 300 may be provided with a plurality of stimuli that can be inserted into the lower gripper unit 120, such as shown in FIG. 2, for supplying a stimulus for dissolving, relaxing, However, the upper clamping unit 110 or the upper clamping unit 110 and the lower clamping unit 120 may be disposed together as the case may be. As shown in FIG. 5, the microspolar stimulation unit 300 may include a vibrating unit 310 and a heat generating unit 320.

The vibrating portion 310 may be disposed in the lower clamping portion 120 as shown in FIG. 5, but may be provided in the lower portion of the lower clamping portion 120, Or may be disposed together with the upper clamping unit 110 as well. At this time, the vibration unit 310 may be a vibration motor, an ultrasonic oscillator, a piezoelectric device, or the like, and may be an ultrasonic oscillator or a piezoelectric device, but is not limited thereto. Further, it is preferable that the vibration unit 310 applies appropriate vibration to relax the coagulated remnants of the inner eyelid myoma without damaging the eye and the eyelid. For this, the preferred frequency may be 10 to tens of Hz, the amplitude may be 0.05 to 2.0 mm, and more preferably 1 mm, but is not limited thereto. In addition, according to the diagnosis result by the optical photographing unit 200, the vibration can be adjusted by the operation unit 400, more specifically, the second operation unit 420, which will be described later.

5, the heat generating unit 320 may be disposed in the lower clamp unit 120, as shown in FIG. 5, to provide heat for emulsifying the hardened residue in the mi- . In this case, it is preferable that the heat generating portion is composed of a heat generating wire and a heat generating element coupled with the heat generating wire. In addition, it is preferable that the heat generating part 320 provides a suitable temperature for dissolving the coagulated remnants of the eyelid mycoses without damaging the eyelids when grasping the eyelids. For this, the suitable temperature may be, but is not limited to, 40-55 < 0 > C. In addition, the temperature of the heating unit 320 may be adjusted by a third operation unit 430, which will be described later, depending on the degree of myasthenia gravis disease.

2, the manipulation unit 400 generates an input signal for controlling the driving of the optical pick-up unit 200 and the microspolar stimulation unit 300. The manipulation unit 400 includes an upper clamp unit 110, But may also be disposed in the lower gripper 120, but it is not limited thereto.

When performing the treatment using the optical pick-up unit 200 and the myo-spring stimulating unit 300, it is preferable to adjust real-time photographing, temperature and vibration of the my spring in the procedure in order to improve the treatment efficiency. In order to control the driving of the optical photographing, the temperature and the vibration, it is preferable to arrange a plurality of operating portions 400 to control the driving of each.

6, the operation unit 400 may include a first operation unit 410, a second operation unit 420, and a third operation unit 430. As a result, It is possible to adjust the independent drive of the stimulation unit 200 and the myospore stimulation unit 300. At this time, the operation unit 400 may have a plurality of different moving directions from the reference state, and may generate corresponding input signals in accordance with the respective moving directions.

6, the first operating unit 410 is connected to the optical pick-up unit 200 and controls the driving of the optical pick-up unit 200. The first operating unit 410 is disposed on the upper surface of the upper pick- . In this case, the first operation unit 410 may be a push button, and more specifically, a two-step push button, so that a stepwise input signal can be generated. For example, when the first operation unit 410 is pressed in one stage, the photographing of the optical photographing unit 200 is performed, and when the first operation unit 410 is pressed in two stages, a screen shot can be performed .

As shown in FIG. 6, the second manipulation unit 420 is connected to the vibrating unit 310 of the micropillus stimulation unit 300 to adjust vibrations, more specifically, And may be disposed on the upper surface of the clamp unit 110. At this time, the second operation unit 420 may be a forward / backward direction adjustment button of a bar supported in a forward / reverse rotation or a pivot of a wheel. At this time, when the wheel or the bar is moved in the forward direction or the forward direction, the upward and downward adjustment of the frequency and the amplitude is performed and conversely, the wheel or the bar is moved in the reverse direction or backward direction When shifting, downward adjustment of frequency and amplitude can be performed.

6, the third manipulating part 430 is connected to the heat generating part 320 of the micro-spring stimulating part 300 to adjust the temperature of the heat generated by the heating part 320. The upper manipulating part 430 As shown in FIG. In this case, as in the second operation unit 420, the front and rear directional control buttons of the bar supported by the forward / reverse rotation or pivot of the wheel may be used. In operation, the heat is increased and the temperature is increased. On the contrary, if the heat is reduced, the temperature may be lowered.

The handle 500 may be disposed behind the eyelid hold 100, as shown in FIG. 2, by providing a face for gripping by hand and acting as a handle. Therefore, when the user performs the treatment, the user grasps the handle 500 to support the entire device, so that the user can apply the force more easily when pressing the eyelashes using the eyelid holders 100.

Meanwhile, when the eyelid is gripped by using the device 10 for treating myalgia disease according to an embodiment of the present invention, the eyelid may be damaged due to excessive pressure of the user, The support part 600 is disposed between the upper and lower grippers 110 and 120 so that soft pressure on the eyelids can be applied to prevent damage due to excessive pressure.

More specifically, the support portion 600 is configured to control the vertical lift driving for gripping the eyelids when the upper gripper portion 110 and the lower gripper portion 120 are rotated, as shown in FIG. 2 And may be disposed between the upper and lower grippers 110 and 120 as well. At this time, it is preferable to use a substrate having elastic resistance, and the support part 600 can use, for example, a spring, but is not limited thereto. 7, when the upper eyelid clip 100 is pressed, the upper clamp 110 and the lower clamp 120 are rotated, and the meister spring is opened with an appropriate pressure. As a result, Squeeze out the secretion, and when releasing pressure can be restored to the original position.

(Not shown) for driving the device 10 for treating myasthenia gravis disease according to the present invention. The controller is configured to receive an input signal from the operation unit 400 and to control the operations of the optical photographing unit 200 and the microspolar stimulation unit 300 when a voltage is supplied from a power supply unit In the case of the optical photographing unit 200, an input signal is received from the first operating unit 410 and a voltage is supplied to the optical photographing unit 200, thereby illuminating the illumination light. Thereafter, the detected signal may be transmitted to the display unit (not shown) through an optical photographing connection line (not shown) connected to the optical photographing unit 200, or in a wireless data transmission manner, Can be confirmed. In the case of the myo spring stimulating part 300, the input signal is received from the second operating part 420 and the third operating part 430 connected to the vibration part 310 and the heat generating part 320, , Vibration and heat according to the input signal can be controlled.

FIG. 8 illustrates a state in which the device 10 for treating myalgia diseases according to an embodiment of the present invention is used, and FIG. 9 illustrates a state in which the device 10 for treating myalgal diseases according to an embodiment of the present invention is used It is a state of being treated by pressing the eyelid. As shown in FIG. 8, in order to use the device 10 for treating myalgia disease according to an embodiment of the present invention, a power supply unit and an optical photographing connection line are connected. At this time, the upper clamping unit 110 and the lower clamping unit 120 are not rotated at the initial time without using the apparatus 10 for treating myalgia. 9, it is preferable that the upper clamping unit 110 positions the lower clamping unit 120 on the inner side of the eyelid with the outer side of the lid. As a result, It can be grasped from the outside. When the user grips the eyelid and presses the upper eyelid, the upper eyelid portion 110 and the lower eyelid portion 120 are rotated and the eyelid can be pressed. Thereby secreting secretion of MySpace in the eyelid. However, the apparatus for treating myalgia diseases according to an embodiment of the present invention may be configured such that, for more efficient treatment, the optical pick-up unit 10, which is installed in the lower gripper 120 positioned inside the eyelid, (200) through the first operation unit (410). When the optical photographing unit 200 is operated, a single-sided moving image of the eyelid can be checked in real time, and an image can be captured during photographing. Therefore, it is possible to identify the disease site of my spring.

Thereafter, when the diseased part using the optical photographing part 200 is confirmed, the microsummus stimulating part 300 is operated through the second operating part 420 and the third operating part 430. As a result, stimulation, more specifically vibration and heat, which can dissolve, relax or soften the hardened residues in the myospasm, can be provided to the myospasm, so that secretion of myospasm in the eyelid can be smoothly performed. In addition, while the hardened residues in the my spring are melted, relaxed or softened, the upper clamping unit 110 and the lower clamping unit 120 are simultaneously rotated to compress the eyelid, thereby more effectively releasing the secretion of the myomas . Furthermore, after the treatment is completed, the treatment effect can be confirmed through the optical photographing unit 200, and the direction of the subsequent treatment can be selected. Thus, it is possible to treat diseases caused by myalgia dysfunction, such as ocular dryness syndrome.

It will be understood by those skilled in the art that the foregoing description of the present invention is for illustrative purposes only and that those of ordinary skill in the art can readily understand that various changes and modifications may be made without departing from the spirit or essential characteristics of the present invention. will be. It is therefore to be understood that the above-described embodiments are illustrative in all aspects and not restrictive.

10: My-spring disease treatment device according to one embodiment of the present invention
100: eyelid clip 110: upper clip
120: lower clamp unit 130: lower clamp unit
200: optical photographing unit 210: optical fiber unit
220: Scanning section 230: Guiding section
300: my spring stimulus part 310:
320: heat generating part 400:
410: first operation portion 420: second operation portion
430: third operating portion 500: handle portion
600: Support

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  1. A lid grip portion 100 to which one of the upper and lower grip portions 110 and 120 is rotatably coupled;
    An optical photographing unit (200) installed in the eyelid finger holding unit (100) for photographing a section of my spring in the eyelid;
    A mybalance stimulating part 300 installed in the eyelid hold part 100 for stimulating the remnants in the my spring saline; And
    And an operating part (400) disposed in the eyelid hold part (100) for controlling driving of the optical photographing part (200) and the myo spring stimulating part (300).
  2. The apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the optical photographing unit (200)
    An optical fiber unit 210 for outputting light to be incident on the eyelid;
    A scanning unit 220 for receiving light reflected or scattered from the eyelid and detecting an optical signal; And
    And a guiding part (230) surrounding the outer side of the optical fiber part (210).
  3. [3] The apparatus of claim 1,
    A vibration unit 310 for generating vibration; And
    And a heating unit (320) including a heating line and a heating element coupled to the heating line.
  4. [3] The method according to claim 1, wherein the myasthenic disease treatment device further comprises a handle part (500) connected to the back of the eyelid hold part (100) and gripping the outer circumference by hand, Device.
  5. The apparatus of claim 1, wherein the device for treating myasthenia gravis is disposed between the upper clamping unit (110) and the lower clamping unit (120) so that the upper clamping unit (110) and the lower clamping unit Further comprising a support part (600) for adjusting up and down driving for gripping the eyelid.
  6. [2] The apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the eyelid-gripping part (100) compresses the inside of the eyelid and the outside of the eyelid and discharges the myelin secretion.
  7. The apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the optical photographing unit (200) is an optical coherence tomography apparatus (OCT).
  8. The apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the operation unit (400)
    A first operation unit 410 connected to the optical photographing unit 200;
    A second operation unit 420 connected to the vibration unit 310; And
    And a third manipulation part (430) connected to the heat generating part (320).
  9. 2. The apparatus for treating myasthenia gravis disease according to claim 1, wherein the myalgia disease is ocular dry syndrome.
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