The key to Alzheimer's is in your eyes
Being able to identify Alzheimer's in it's earliest stages before major symptoms develop. Researchers began to suggest that signs of deterioration in the retina could mirror early neurodegeneration. New research presented at the recent Annuual Meeting of the American academy of Ophthamology has solidified the growing body of evidence that Alzhiemer's can be diagnosed in seconds using a non-invasive eye scan.
The technology is called optical coherence tomography angiography (OCTA) and it allows clinicians to rapidily produce high-resolution images of the volumetric blood flow within the eye. Early results from testing at Duke University revealed severely clear biomarkers in subjects with Alzheimer's, such as thinning of a layer of the retina and a decrease in small retinal blood vessels at the back of the eye. The biomarkers were found to be observable prior to the display of any symptoms of Alzheimer's.
Being able to diagnose and begin treatment before symptoms start could change the entire future of Alzheimer's disease.
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