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VIDEO: New diagnostic tests identify autism, Parkinson’s

LAS VEGAS – RightEye, a company that currently markets three tests for concussion and other neurological issues, four aspects of vision such as convergence and depth perception, and vision combined with motor skills, is introducing two new tests for autism and Parkinson’s disease. The GeoPref Autism Test can assist optometrists with early diagnosis in toddlers, RightEye President Barbara Barclay said, and the POM (Parkinson’s and Other Movement) Disorders Test evaluates various eye movement problems associated with saccades and fixation to help determine a disorder such as Parkinson’s disease or essential tremor.

LAS VEGAS – RightEye, a company that currently markets three tests for concussion and other neurological issues, four aspects of vision such as convergence and depth perception, and vision combined with motor skills, is introducing two new tests for autism and Parkinson’s disease. The GeoPref Autism Test can assist optometrists with early diagnosis in toddlers, RightEye President Barbara Barclay said, and the POM (Parkinson’s and Other Movement) Disorders Test evaluates various eye movement problems associated with saccades and fixation to help determine a disorder such as Parkinson’s disease or essential tremor.

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