Hippocampus size does not correlate with body mass index in bipolar disorder.

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The hippocampus has been a focus of attention in neuroimaging studies of bipolar disorder (BD). This structure has been recognized as particularly vulnerable to the neurotoxic effects of obesity, and it is apparently subject to synergistic, deleterious action from obesity and mood disorders. Comorbid obesity is highly prevalent in people with BD. In… (More)
DOI: 10.1590/1516-4446-2015-1816

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@article{VianaSulzbach2016HippocampusSD, title={Hippocampus size does not correlate with body mass index in bipolar disorder.}, author={Mir{\'e}ia Viana-Sulzbach and Mariana Pedrini and Joana B{\"u}cker and E Brietzke and Clarissa Severino Gama}, journal={Revista brasileira de psiquiatria}, year={2016}, volume={38 1}, pages={86-7} }