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Eye tests could detect Parkinson’s disease before symptoms appear
 

Eye tests could detect Parkinson’s disease before symptoms appear

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New research may have found a way of using eye tests to detect Parkinson’s disease before the first symptoms appear. This study could pave the way to earlier detection and intervention of the disease.
 
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6 Oct 2016 - General
 
Parkinson's disease is a brain disorder that causes a gradual loss of muscle control. It is a neurological disorder resulting in reduced production of dopamine over time. The symptoms of Parkinson's tend to be mild at first and can sometimes be overlooked. Distinctive signs of the disease include tremors, stiffness, slowed body movements, and poor balance. And reading this article where changes in retina can be an early sign of having this debilitating disease is such a great news. Early...
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