Researchers used MRI to detect variations in neural connections among earthquake survivors.
Childhood is a critical developmental period in the brain's response to traumatic stress such as family adversity.
As the Congress, VA, CDC and the Obama Administration address the issue, recent neuroimaging studies point to effective diagnostic tools available for PTSD and TBI — two common conditions among suicide victims.
Appropriate study planning from the outset is one step that can help improve interpretability.
The findings could have important clinical implications in the treatment of patients with arthritis.
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