About. Clinical Eyes is for doctors what Club 300 is for ornithologists. Get all your diagnoses in one place and let colleagues come in contact with you to discuss patients with rare diseases. Heterogeneity, low prevalence (less than one patient per 2000 in the population) and complexity are the defining characteristics of rare diseases. About 80% of these disorders are of genetic origin and about 75% have neurological symptoms.

Guidelines. For each diagnose, register the number of patients that you have diagnosed and/or gained knowledge about through follow-up. If you have a special interest in a specific disorder, check the box next to the disease name. You can find specialists, diagnostic criterias and more if you press the Info button. Fulfill the achievements to level up in the game. If you reach level 23, you are an equal to Dr. House!

You can register and ask questions about all diagnoses, not only rare conditions.

Register and wait for approval to become a member of Clinical Eyes. This site is intended for clinicians and researchers.

Please visit Orphanet, HUGO Gene Nomenclature committee (HGNC) and Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man (OMIM) for more information.

Concept and code: Pontus Wasling, MD PhD, Department of Neurology, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Gothenburg, Sweden. These are my publications.