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Eye Imaging: A Break Through For Glaucoma
Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh and Rochester Medical Center have developed a new technique for viewing the cells that, when they degenerate, cause vision loss to those with glaucoma.
Retinal ganglion cells are transparent cells in the eye but the multi-camera form of imaging allows these cells to become visible for study.
Read more here: http://pittnews.com/article/115627/featured/eye-imaging-helps-eye-disease-patients/
This is exciting news for the future of treating glaucoma as it is one of the most undetectable vision loss diseases. We will be keeping an eye on future developments with this study.
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