Eye Scan That Detects Protein in Retina Could Aid in Quicker Alzheimer’s Diagnoses, New Study Reports

Eye Scan That Detects Protein in Retina Could Aid in Quicker Alzheimer’s Diagnoses, New Study Reports
In the future, doctors may diagnose Alzheimer’s disease by scanning a patient’s eyes — thanks to new evidence that telltale plaques of amyloid-beta are present not only in the brain, but also in the retina. Researchers at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles has developed a method to noninvasively detect amyloid deposits in the eye, potentially allowing for a

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