Vision-testing device can help spot diabetes, eye diseases

07/14/2008 | Detroit Free Press

Scientists at the University of Michigan have developed a vision-testing device that can help doctors detect early-stage diabetes and changes in the eye that occur a decade before macular degeneration diagnosis. The device -- a camera connected to computer software -- can monitor the activity of a protein linked to irregular cell changes related to diabetes and eye disorders.

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