Functional Neuro-imaging in Apathy
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There is little research in the literature on functional neuro-imaging in apathy. However, the reported studies show that apathy is related to a decreased function of the anterior cingulate and connected fronto-subcortical structures. Research data and implications are presented in this chapter.
KeywordsBrain SPECT Thalamic Infarction Statistical Parametric Mapping Analysis Perfusion Brain SPECT Dementia Subtype
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