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Looking inside the brain to distinguish bipolar from depression – The Westmead Institute

Thursday, 6 September, 2018

Looking inside the brain to distinguish bipolar from depression – The Westmead Institute

In people with bipolar disorder, the left side of the amygdala is less active and less connected with other parts of the brain than in people with depression.

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New research has found that neurons deep inside the brain could hold the key to accurately diagnosing bipolar disorder and depression.

Read more at: https://www.westmeadinstitute.org.au/news-and-events/2018/looking-inside-the-brain-to-distinguish-bipolar-fr

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