A newly developed deep learning system based on fundus photographs can automatically discriminate normal optic discs from discs with papilledema or other abnormalities.
“Our system could, in our data set, discriminate optic discs on photographs. ... The accuracy was quite high, especially for papilledema,” Dan Milea, MD, PhD, said at the virtual Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology meeting.
Milea and colleagues developed a deep learning system to automatically classify optic discs as normal or abnormal. The system could also detect papilledema using ocular fundus