Pediatric Vision Scanner Detects “Lazy Eye” Earlier

Lazy eye, or ambylopia, is the leading cause of vision loss in childhood, but it can be difficult to detect in small children who are unable to reliably use eye charts.  A new handheld scanning device identifies this ocular anomaly at the early stages, when it can be treated most effectively.

The test, which incorporates a low-power laser and takes (Read more...)

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