‘Eye scans can help detect Parkinson’s disease seven years before symptoms appear’

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By Miriam Stoppard The eyes are the window to the soul, so the saying goes, and to a doctor, the eyes can reveal a lot about what’s going on ­inside your body – good and bad. Startling new research now reveals markers in the eyes can show up Parkinson’s seven years before ­symptoms appear. It’s the largest study to date on retinal imaging in Parkinson’s disease, and this is the first time such markers have been found. Birmingham professor, Alastair Denniston, has used ­artificial ­intelligence to identify these markers in eye scans. To achieve this, his team analysed the AlzEye (eye scans) and…

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