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Mood Disorders: Brain Imaging and Therapeutic Implications

Mood Disorders: Brain Imaging and Therapeutic Implications

Publisher Cambridge University Press
Year 07/01/2021
Pages 294
Version hardback
Readership level Professional and scholarly
ISBN 9781108427128
Categories Neurology & clinical neurophysiology, Psychiatry, Medical imaging
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Mood disorders such as depression and bipolar disorder are common mental illnesses, affecting millions of patients worldwide. The application of newly available brain imaging methods to the study of mood disorders holds substantial promise in uncovering the brain mechanisms affected in these illnesses. This comprehensive and authoritative text features contributions from leading international experts, providing easily accessible information on the study of the brain mechanisms involved in the causation of mood disorders and the available treatments. Topics covered include the potential of magnetoencephalography (MEG), neuroimaging brain inflammation in depression, electrophysiology studies in mood disorders, and the applications of machine learning, filling an important gap in available neuropsychiatric literature and highlighting new developments. An invaluable resource for practitioners in the fields of psychiatry, neurology, primary care medicine, and related mental health professions, as well as researchers, students, graduate and post-graduate trainees.

Mood Disorders: Brain Imaging and Therapeutic Implications

Table of contents

Preface Sudhakar Selvaraj, Paolo Brambilla and Jair C. Soares; Part I. General: 1. Brain imaging methods in mood disorders Sudhakar Selvaraj, Paolo Brambilla and Jair Soares; Part II. Anatomical Studies: 2. Neuroanatomical findings in unipolar depression and the role of the hippocampus Danilo Arnone; 3. Neuroanatomical findings in bipolar disorder Colm MacDonald and Giulia Tronchin; 4. Neuroimaging biomarkers in pediatric mood disorders Manpreet Singh, Mary Melissa Packer and Whitney Tang; Part III. Functional and Neurochemical Brain Studies: 5. Brain imaging of reward dysfunction in unipolar and bipolar disorders Poornima Kumar, Yueyi Jiang and Alexis E. Whitton; 6. Resting state functional connectivity in unipolar depression Gong QY and Ziqi Chen; 7. Functional connectome in bipolar disorder Amit Anand and Jungwon Cha; 8. Magnetic resonance spectroscopy investigations of bioenergy and mitochondrial function in mood disorders Perry Renshaw and Brent M. Kious; 9. Imaging glutamatergic and GABAergic abnormalities in mood disorders Rodrigo Machado-Viera, Estevao Scotti-Muzzi, Maria Concepcion Garcia Otaduy and Marcio Gerhardt Soeiro-de-Souza; 10. Neuroimaging brain inflammation in mood disorders Jeffery Meyer; Part IV. Novel Approaches in Brain Imaging: 11. Imaging genetic and epigenetic markers in mood disorders Francesco Benedetti, Sara Poletti, Elena Mazza and Benedetta Vai; 12. FMRI neurofeedback as treatment for depression David Linden and Leon Skottnik; 13. Functional near-infrared spectroscopy studies in mood disorders Koji Matsuo and Toshio Matsubara; 14. Electrophysiological biomarkers for mood disorders Raymond Cho, Nithya Ramakrishnan, Nicholas Murphy and Sudhakar Selvaraj; 15. Magnetoencephalograhy (MEG) studies in mood disorders Allison Nugent; 16. An overview of machine learning applications in mood disorders Benson Mwangi, Natasha Topolski and Su Hyun Jeong; Part V. Therapeutic Applications of Neuroimaging in Mood Disorders: 17. Effects of lithium on brain structure in bipolar disorder Philip Szeszko, Jasmine Kaur and Vivian Kafantaris; 18. Molecular imaging of dopamine and antipsychotics in bipolar disorder Sameer Jauhar; 19. Neuroimaging studies of effects of psychotherapy in depression Prof Philip Cowen, Beata R. Godlewska and Sudhakar Selvaraj; 20. Imaging the effects of psychotherapy in mood disorders Thomas Meyer and Isabelle Bauer.

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