fMRI brain activation changes following treatment of a first bipolar manic episode.
Strakowski, Stephen M; Fleck, David E; Welge, Jeffrey; Eliassen, James C; Norris, Matthew; Durling, Michelle; Komoroski, Richard A; Chu, Wen-Jang; Weber, Wade; Dudley, Jonathan A; Blom, Thomas J; Stover, Amanda; Klein, Christina; Strawn, Jeffrey R; DelBello, Melissa P; Lee, Jing-Huei; Adler, Caleb M.
; 18(6): 490-501, 2016 09.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-27647671
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