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To make a diagnosis, your healthcare provider will conduct a physical exam. They carefully evaluate your symptoms. While this condition happens due to a gene change, no genetic test can detect it or predict it.

You may also receive:

  • Blood tests.
  • Imaging scans such as MRIs or CT scans to look for diseased parts of your brain.
  • Neuropsychological testing to assess brain function and memory.
  • Cerebrospinal fluid tests to evaluate Alzheimer’s disease-related changes or autoimmune abnormalities.


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