Dr. Arbour Pioneering Retina Disease Detection

Photograph by: Dave Sidaway, The Gazette
Photograph by: Dave Sidaway, The Gazette

Dr. Jean Daniel Arbour, a retina surgeon, says existing ways of checking retinas, such as this conventional camera being used on patient Paul Lowery at Notre Dame Hospital, can see damage only after it has happened. He is pioneering a new method to detect the early signs of vision loss by using spectral photography.  See the original article in the Montreal Gazette

Dr. Jean Daniel Arbour is a valued member of the Retina Foundation of Canada Medical Advisory Board.