Device aids eye disease research in young children
A Leicester hospital has started using a unique machine to help doctors diagnose eye problems in young children and babies.
Generous donations from eye charities have allowed the University of Leicester to buy a unique piece of retinal imaging equipment - the only one of its kind in the UK.
The hand-held retinal scanner will allow new research into eye disorders such as nystagmus, a condition that causes involuntary twitching movements of the eyes.
BBC East Midlands Today's James Roberson reports.