Amyloid deposition and depression in people without dementia
Elevated amyloid deposition in cortical and subcortical brain regions is associated with higher depressive and anxiety symptoms in people without dementia, according to a cross-sectional observation published in The Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences. Given the association between amygdala and emotion, the authors wanted to investigate the association between depression and anxiety and certain brain regions.
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