Prognostic prediction of therapeutic response in depression using high-field MR imaging

@article{Gong2011PrognosticPO,
  title={Prognostic prediction of therapeutic response in depression using high-field MR imaging},
  author={Qiyong Gong and Qizhu Wu and Cristina Scarpazza and Su Lui and Zhiyun Jia and Andre F. Marquand and Xiaoqi Huang and Philip K. McGuire and Andrea Mechelli},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2011},
  volume={55},
  pages={1497-1503}
}
Despite significant advances in the treatment of major depression, there is a high degree of variability in how patients respond to treatment. Approximately 70% of patients show some improvement following standard antidepressant treatment and are classified as having non-refractory depressive disorder (NDD), while the remaining 30% of patients do not respond to treatment and are classified as having refractory depressive disorder (RDD). At present, there are no objective, neurological markers… CONTINUE READING

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