It can take several tests to detect glaucoma, but in future, doctors could use a handheld device to get an accurate reading within a minute.
Developed by researchers from the Singapore National Eye Centre (SNEC) and Singapore Eye Research Institute (Seri), the device tests the constriction of the pupil in reaction to red and blue lights.
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