Friday, July 13, 2012

Using Smartphones to Diagnose and Plan Eye Treatments

"A new study suggests ophthamologists may be able to examine images sent by smartphone, which could not only help in emergency rooms, but also those who don't have immediate access to eye specialists," reports Mobiledia. "According to an Emery University study, doctors found they could diagnose and plan treatment based on pictures taken with an iPhone, giving those smartphone images of an inner eye, for example, even higher quality ratings than those viewed from a desktop computer." Read more. The question remains: Which smartphone is best for the job?

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