A multimodal imaging study in U.S. veterans of Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom with and without major depression after blast-related concussion

@article{Matthews2011AMI,
  title={A multimodal imaging study in U.S. veterans of Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom with and without major depression after blast-related concussion},
  author={Scott C. Matthews and Irina A Strigo and Alan N. Simmons and Ryan M O'connell and Suzanne A Moseley},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2011},
  volume={54},
  pages={s69-s75}
}
Although the exact number of affected individuals is unknown, it has been estimated that approximately 20% of U.S. veterans of Operations Enduring Freedom (OEF) and Iraqi Freedom (OIF) have experienced mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) (i.e., concussion), which is defined as a brief loss or alteration of consciousness from a blow or jolt to the head. Blast exposure is among the most common causes of concussion in OEF-OIF warriors. Although the mechanism is unknown, major depressive disorder… CONTINUE READING

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