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Eye-Tracking Tool Might Quickly Spot Stroke

“The key to correctly diagnosing when a case of dizziness is just vertigo or a life-threatening stroke may be surprisingly simple: a pair of goggles that measures eye movement at the bedside in as little as one minute, a new study contends.
“This is the first study demonstrating that we can accurately discriminate strokes and non-strokes using this device,” said Dr. David Newman-Toker, lead author of a paper on the technique that is published in the April issue of the journal Stroke.”

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Amanda Gardner, HealthDay, 5 March 2013

6 March 2013 | Categories: News | Country: United States | Tag(s): Devices, Stroke
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