Hippocampal damage and affective disorders after treatment of cerebral aneurysms

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Despite good neurological outcome after the treatment of ruptured or incidental cerebral aneurysms, many patients complain about mood disturbances such as anxiety and depression. The present study investigated the nature of these affective disorders, their trigger factors, and corresponding structural brain changes. We assessed 63 patients matched by… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00415-014-7464-y

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@article{Wostrack2014HippocampalDA, title={Hippocampal damage and affective disorders after treatment of cerebral aneurysms}, author={Maria Wostrack and Benjamin M. Friedrich and Katrin Hammer and Kathrin Harmening and Anne Stankewitz and Florian Ringel and Ehab Shiban and Tobias Boeckh-Behrens and Sascha Prothmann and Claus Zimmer and Bernhard Meyer and Annette F{\"o}rschler and Yu-Mi Ryang}, journal={Journal of Neurology}, year={2014}, volume={261}, pages={2128-2135} }