Neuroimaging in bipolar disorder: what have we learned?

Abstract

New technologies are offering increasingly powerful means to obtain structural, chemical, and functional images of the brain during life, often without the use of ionizing radiation. Bipolar disorder, with its clear physiologic features, would appear to be a prime candidate for the application of current brain imaging; however, only a modest number of… (More)

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