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Depression was previously thought of as a 'functional' illness, without demonstrable pathology, but the advent of sophisticated neuroimaging techniques has changed this perspective. This article reviews the latest structural and functional brain imaging studies, describing the neurobiological changes which underlie this common condition

Type

Journal article

Journal

British Journal of Hospital Medicine

Publication Date

08/01/2014

Volume

75

Pages

25 - 30