A simple vision test can predict whether a person with Parkinson's disease will develop cognitive decline or dementia within 18 months.
A new study suggests the loss of blood vessels in the retina could signal Alzheimer’s disease.
Researchers report a non-invasive retina test could help to accurately diagnose frontotemporal degeneration.
Researchers report the retina may provide clues as to those at risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. A new study reports amyloid plaques have been discovered in peripheral areas of the retina in Alzheimer's patients. The amount of retinal plaques correlated with the amount of amyoid plaques in specific brain areas.
A simple eye test may be a useful tool in helping to diagnose ASD, a new study reports. Researchers measured eye movement in those on the autism spectrum and found they continually missed a specific target. The researchers suggest sensory motor control in the cerebellum that is usually responsible for eye control could be impaired in those with ASD.
Human trials are scheduled for a new eye technology that researchers say could detect Alzheimer's before symptoms appear.