Study uses neuroimaging tests to predict response to antidepressant

08/3/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Researchers are exploring the use of neuroimaging tests, including magnetic resonance spectroscopy and PET, to study brain function among patients taking an antidepressant. Changes in the brain's function might help researchers predict patient response to the drug.

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