Q&A With Andrew Stephens of Piramal Imaging: Using Imaging to Diagnose Alzheimer's Disease

The understanding of Alzheimer's Disease has shown a lot of progression in recent years. One area that has not found a definitive new direction is diagnosis, which typically can only be done through autopsy. New technology could allow doctors to see the disease before it affects a person's life.

The understanding of Alzheimer's Disease has shown a lot of progression in recent years. One area that has not found a definitive new direction is diagnosis, which typically can only be done through autopsy. New technology could allow doctors to see the disease before it affects a person's life.

Andrew Stephens, MD, of Piramal Imaging discussed how these scans can help with diagnosis of the condition and what that can mean to patient care during the American Academy of Neurology's annual meeting in Washington DC.