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Virtual reality (VR) shows promise in aiding the diagnosis and understanding of Alzheimer’s disease in several ways: Early Detection, Behavioural Analysis, Creating Simulated Scenarios, and Enhancing Understanding and Empathy. However, while VR holds promise, its application in diagnosing Alzheimer’s disease is still in its early stages. Challenges include the need for further research to establish standardized diagnostic protocols, ensuring accuracy, and making these technologies widely accessible for routine clinical use.
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