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New Test Detects Glaucoma Progression Earlier

News   May 05, 2020 | Original story from University College London

 
New Test Detects Glaucoma Progression Earlier

A patient's retina showing hyperfluorescent signals - each white spot is a single 'sick' retinal nerve cell. Imagery supported by DARC technology used in the Phase II clinical trial. Credit: UCL/Western Eye Hospital

 
 
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