Big predictor for Alzheimer's


Researchers have found a way to predict with 90% accuracy which mild cognitive impairment sufferers would develop Alzheimer's disease within two years.

New method predicts Alzheimer's in two-year window


A new study has led to a breakthrough in the process to identify people who will fall victim to Alzheimer's disease.

MRI scan predicts cognitive decline in Parkinson's patients, study finds

An MRI scan that detects atrophy patterns in the brains of Alzheimer's patients also can detect cognitive decline in Parkinson's patients, a new finds.

MRIs help determine treatment for 'unclear-onset' strokes

Magnetic resonance imaging, or MRIs, might be able to help physicians figure out if clot-busting drugs will help patients who present with unclear-onset or "wake-up strokes," a new study finds.

Advanced MRI, artificial intelligence techniques help identify those at risk for further cognitive decline

Combining advanced MRI and artificial intelligence techniques could help doctors determine which patients with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) will suffer further cognitive decline, according to new research.

Eye test more accurate than MRI in diagnosing stroke, study suggests

A one-minute eye-movement exam could be more effective than an MRI when it comes to differentiating between a stroke and other, less serious disorders among individuals experiencing dizziness and nausea, according to the results of a preliminary trial.