A New York University-led study reveals that eye-tracking technology on a computer screen may advance the art of diagnosing concussion.

Neuroscientists and concussion experts from NYU Langone Medical Center and elsewhere, in a study published online in the Journal of Neurotrauma, present a diagnostic tool for concussion that can be utilized in the emergency room or, one day, on the sidelines at sporting events. The study used an eye-tracking device to effectively measure the severity of concussion or brain injury in patients presenting to emergency departments following head trauma.

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