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A New Ocular Imaging Technique Might Provide an Early Read on Glaucoma

Aging Adults' Urgent Need for Quality Care Data with Medicare Advantage Plans

Measuring changes to flavoprotein fluorescence (FPF) in the optic nerve of people at various stages of glaucoma could set the stage for a critical new prognostic tool to potentially head off glaucoma before it can cause cell loss and structural damage to the optic nerve, Mount Sinai researchers report.

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