Amyloid beta (Aβ) testing can help support a diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) due to Alzheimer's disease (AD).1,2
How long does the MCI stage of AD generally last before progressing to mild AD dementia?
MCI due to AD has been estimated to last for 2‐6 years before progressing to mild AD dementia.
What biomarker test can be utilized at the MCI stage specifically to verify amyloid beta accumulation?
The underlying pathology of AD may be determined via amyloid beta CSF test.
What non-pharmaceutical intervention has been shown to slow or reverse cognitive decline?
Managing vascular risk, changing diet, increasing exercise, and doing cognitive exercises have all been shown to improve cognition.
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