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Why the eyes are a window to the mind
A new study has found the thinning of the retinal nerve at the back of the eye can flag up impending neuro-degeneration.
A protein called beta-amyloid builds up in the brains of people with Alzheimer’s disease – forming into clumps and causing memory loss and confusion.
It’s known to accumulate in the retina and has been previously investigated as a potential marker for the condition.
The researchers carried out a type of eye scan called spectral domain optical coherence tomography (SD-OCT) on over 33,000 british participants aged 40 to 69.
Dr Fang Ko, of Moorfields Eye Hospital in London, said: “Our findings show a clear association between thinner macular RNFL and poor cognition in the study population."
“This demonstrates the potential utility of the eye as a non-invasive measure of neuronal loss which is linked to cognitive performance and provides a possible new biomarker for studies of neuro-degeneration.”Early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s is essential to developing effective treatments that do more than alleviate the condition’s symptoms.
The latest findings presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) 2016 in Toronto could lead to people being screened for dementia – and even be used as part of an individual’s regular eye check-up.