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Multi-parametric non-invasive magnetic resonance (MR) studies of paediatric patients with obsessive compulsive disorder

With the purpose of studying what happens in the brain when obsessive compulsive disorder develops, and to increase the understanding of pathophysiological mechanisms to improve diagnosis and treatment of the disease, neurochemical (MRS), functional and structural (MRI and DTI) aspects of the brain are studied in children and adolescents newly diagnosed with OCD, before and after treatment, at high (3T) and ultra-high (7T) field. MR techniques are developed for accurate neurochemical, functional and structural measurements as well as data analyses.

Oscar Gustafsson, Maria Ljungberg, Göran Starck, Eva-Forssell-Aronsson

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