Cholesterol testing on the Internet?
This article was originally published in Clinica
Two Spanish doctors have developed a computerised eye test which can assess the risk of heart disease. The test is based on 21 numerical variables which measure blood cholesterol levels in the nerve links between the brain and the eye. Drs Antonio Alcala and Jose Maria Lopez claim results of the test can be fed into an Internet program and analysed by an ophthalmologist at a remote site, reports Reuters.
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