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Bipolar Brain Biology a Bit Different

News   May 02, 2017 | Original Story from University of Southern California

 
MRI Study of Bipolar Sufferers Reveals Structural Differences

Bipolar patients tend to have gray matter reductions in frontal brain regions involved in self-control (orange colors), while sensory and visual regions are normal (gray colors). Image courtesy of the ENIGMA Bipolar Consortium/Derrek Hibar et al.

 
 
 

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