Traumatic brain injury, major depression, and diffusion tensor imaging: Making connections

@article{Maller2010TraumaticBI,
  title={Traumatic brain injury, major depression, and diffusion tensor imaging: Making connections},
  author={Jerome J. Maller and Richard H. Thomson and Philip M. Lewis and Stephen E. Rose and Paul B. Fitzgerald},
  journal={Brain Research Reviews},
  year={2010},
  volume={64},
  pages={213-240}
}
UNLABELLED It is common for depression to develop after traumatic brain injury (TBI), yet despite poorer recovery, there is a lack in our understanding of whether post-TBI brain changes involved in depression are akin to those in people with depression without TBI. Modern neuroimaging has helped recognize degrees of diffuse axonal injury (DAI) as being related to extent of TBI, but its ability to predict long-term functioning is limited and has not been considered in the context of post-TBI… CONTINUE READING

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