Saturday, 11 March 2017

Brain Architecture Alters to Compensate for Depression

Brain Architecture Alters to Compensate for Depression

A study has found structural differences in the cerebral cortex of patients with depression and that these differences normalize with appropriate medication. The stud is the first to report within the context of a randomized, controlled trial, the presence of structural changes in the cerebral cortex during medication treatment for depression and the first to provide in vivo evidence for the presence of anatomical neuroplasticity in human brain.

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