Inside Front Cover: In vivo noninvasive visualization of retinal perfusion dysfunction in murine cerebral malaria by camera‐phone laser speckle imaging (J. Biophotonics 1/2019)
A novel, camera phone‐based laser speckle imager creates new possibilities for quantitative and noninvasive investigations into diagnosis and pathogenesis of cerebral malaria through the eye. In a longitudinal study, a camera‐phone imager detected decreased retinal blood flow speed as experimental cerebral malaria developed in a murine model. The device may ultimately permit recognition of the syndrome prior to the onset of clinical symptoms which is not currently possible.
Further details can be found in the article by Itay Remer, Lorraine F. Pierre‐Destine, David Tay, Linnie M. Golightly, and Alberto Bilenca (e201800098).
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