What do we know about eye movements in Alzheimer’s disease? The past 37 years and future directions

Written by Coubard OA

The goal of this Biomarkers in Medicine Editorial is to exhaustively describe our current knowledge of eye movements in Alzheimer’s disease (AD) in the field of neurology. To achieve this goal, 97 publications from the MedLine® database were examined as a result of crossed ‘Alzheimer disease’ and ‘eye movements’ subheadings. I discarded 12 review articles (for recent and complete panoramas see [1,2]) and 12 other articles, which were insufficiently relevant to the subject (due to weak bibliometric indexing). Seven further articles were also dismissed as they focused on atypical subsets of AD (such as amnestic or not mild cognitive impairment,...

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