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Near-infrared light identifies patients at risk for heart attack, stroke

13:38 EDT 18 Aug 2017 | TriMed Media Group

Identifying high-risk heart attack and stroke patients allows physicians to administer early treatment to prevent serious events, but current methods are unable to pinpoint some symptoms. In a new study published inNature Communications, researchers outlined how near-infrared light can identify high-risk arterial plaques.

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