Parkinson's disease could be detected early with AI scans, scientists say.

Eye scans powered by artificial intelligence (AI) could detect Parkinson's disease before people have symptoms, a study has suggested. Teams from London's Moorfields Eye Hospital and the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology used AI to analyse a dataset and pick up on retinal markers. The process found physical differences in the eyes of people with Parkinson's and those without the condition. It is hoped the method could be used as a pre-screening tool. The scientists studied data from a type of 3D scan known as...

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