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Retinal Scans to Visualize the Loss of Capillary Density in the Central Nervous System
The angiogenesis hypothesis of aging suggests that loss of capillaries throughout the body is an important driver of age-related decline. This loss must be a downstream consequence of other forms of damage and dysfunction, issues that lead to a disruption of the balance of signals and cell capabilities
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