The rate at which elderly are being diagnosed with dementia has accelerated over the recent years and it is alarming [1]. They are three times more likely to fall and over three times more likely to have severe injury compared to cognitively unimpaired elderly [2]. Consequently, recently there is an interest in the identification of biomarkers that can contribute towards, or establish, early detection and diagnosis of dementia.

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