New Eye Exam Shows Promise as Vision Test for Children With CLN2

New Eye Exam Shows Promise as Vision Test for Children With CLN2

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New Eye Exam Shows Promise as Vision Test for Children With CLN2

A new eye exam proved useful for testing vision in children with CLN2 disease — also known as late-infantile Batten disease — who took part in a pilot study, its developer, Objective Acuity (OAL), announced. Called threshold visual acuity test, the exam appears to be promising for use in children with CLN2 disease who are unable to cooperate with traditional vision tests, such as eye charts, due to cognitive, motor, and language skill losses. The…

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