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Methamphetamine dependence with and without psychotic symptoms: A multi-modal brain imaging study.

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Summary of "Methamphetamine dependence with and without psychotic symptoms: A multi-modal brain imaging study."

Methamphetamine dependence can lead to psychotic symptoms which may be mediated by frontal, striatal, limbic, and thalamic regions. There are few neuroimaging data that allow comparison of individuals with methamphetamine dependence who do, and do not, have psychosis. Two complementary imaging techniques were employed to investigate neurocircuitry associated with methamphetamine dependence with and without psychotic symptoms.

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Name: NeuroImage. Clinical
ISSN: 2213-1582
Pages: 1157-1162

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