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Handheld Imager Gives Window into Tiny Eyes

News   Aug 24, 2018 | Original Story from Duke University Pratt School of Engineering.

 
Handheld Imager Gives Window into Tiny Eyes

A new hand-held ophthalmology instrument allows imaging of photoreceptors in the eyes of young children. It could help to improve the diagnosis of eye diseases and eventually find use in early detection of brain-related diseases and trauma. Credit: Theodore DuBose.

 
 
 

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