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Current progress in neuroimaging research on treatment resistant depression

DOI: 10.7507/1001-5515.201705086

Keywords: 难治性抑郁症,额叶-边缘系统,脑结构,脑功能,脑代谢
treatment resistant depression
,fronto-limbic system,brain structure,brain function,brain metabolism

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抑郁症是常见的精神障碍疾病,其中约 30% 的患者对标准的抗抑郁药物治疗无明显缓解,这种情况被称为难治性抑郁症,其神经生物学机制尚不清楚。神经影像技术可无创探究脑结构、功能和代谢的变化,被逐渐应用于难治性抑郁症的神经生物学机制研究,并发现额叶-边缘系统重要脑区的结构、功能和代谢的异常。本文就难治性抑郁症的神经影像学研究最新进展进行综述,为进一步研究难治性抑郁症的神经生物学机制提供思路及客观影像学依据。
Depression is a common psychiatric disorder, and approximately 30% patients with depression do not respond effectively to standard antidepressant medication; this condition is termed treatment resistant depression (TRD) and its neurobiological mechanism remains unclear. Neuroimaging techniques can non-invasively explore changes in brain structure, function and metabolism. These techniques have been applied in neurobiological research of TRD and revealed critical abnormalities in brain structure, function and metabolism in fronto-limbic system. In this paper, we reviewed the latest progress in neuroimaging researches on TRD, providing new insight and imaging evidence for further neurobiological studies of TRD.


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