Default mode network coherence in treatment-resistant major depressive disorder during electroconvulsive therapy.

@article{Mulders2016DefaultMN,
  title={Default mode network coherence in treatment-resistant major depressive disorder during electroconvulsive therapy.},
  author={Peter C R Mulders and Philip F P van Eijndhoven and Joris Pluijmen and Aart H. Schene and Indira Tendolkar and Christian F. Beckmann},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  year={2016},
  volume={205},
  pages={130-137}
}
BACKGROUND Functional connectivity in the "default mode network" (DMN) is changed in depression, and evidence suggests depression also affects the DMN's spatial topography and might cause a dissociation between its anterior and posterior regions. As antidepressive treatment affects anterior and posterior regions of the network differently, how depression and treatment change DMN-organization is crucial for understanding their mechanisms. We present a novel way of assessing the coherence of a… CONTINUE READING
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