A high tech pair of glasses is helping doctors diagnose people who've suffered a stroke.
The device measures tiny eye movements that doctors can't see.
The movements can confirm if a patient is having a stroke or a non life-threatening condition like vertigo or dizziness.
The glasses have only been tested on a small number of patients.
Researchers hope the device will one day replace expensive brain scans.
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