An Instant Exam to Show Dementia & More!
The Hell(mouth) you say? Is this for reals? One eye exam can tell me if I have dementia?
Yep. Looks like it.
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Turns out that eye care is brain care as they describe:
“When detecting Alzheimer’s, professionals use an optical coherence tomography angiography (OCTA) test. This is a state-of-the-art, precise, and non-invasive imaging technique that shows even the tiniest blood vessels at the back of the eyes. Some of these blood vessels are thinner than a strand of hair, so precision is critical when studying them.”
In brief (as a recent NIH study observes): "Retinal vessel density was higher in individuals with preclinical AD."