Ann Arbor, MI – Scientists at the University of Michigan
have shown that their new metabolic imaging instrument can accurately
detect eye disease at a very early stage. Such a device would be
vision-saving because many severe eye diseases do not exhibit early
warning signals before they begin to diminish vision. The testing is
noninvasive and takes less than 6 minutes to administer to a patient.
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February 22, 2008
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