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3. , brain tumours or epidural haematomas. Recently, however, the potential of neuroimaging, not only to improve the accuracy of the clinical diagnosis of AD, but also to monitor disease progression and treatment effects, has been increasingly recognized. Imaging might be particularly helpful in providing a marker for disease in early and preclinical phases of AD. , 2004). Power analyses showed that neuroimaging as outcome markers in treatment trials would allow for substantially smaller patient populations and shorter observation times than cognitive or clinical outcome measures currently do.