Stanford University develops $90 iPhone accessory to replace ophthalmology kit costing tens of thousands

Researchers at Stanford University’s School of Medicine have developed two low-cost iPhone adapters that provide images of the eye that usually require specialist ophthalmology equipment costing tens of thousands of dollars. The university hopes that it will be useful both for primary care physic...

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Toni Imogen Hutt
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Medical Student - Lancaster
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Posted over 5 years ago
Wow, what an amazing idea
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