Researchers Use Brain Scans to Predict Response to Antipsychotic Medications
Investigators at The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research have discovered that brain scans can be used to predict patients' response to antipsychotic drug treatment.
The researchers, who are professors of molecular medicine and psychiatry at the School of Medicine, have published their findings online in the latest issue of The American Journal of Psychiatry....|view story|
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