Нейровизуализации в клинике расстройств, связанных с употреблением психоактивных веществ (введение в проблему)

Автор: Асадуллин Азат Раилевич, Анцыборов Андрей Викторович, Ахметова Эльвина Аслямовна

Журнал: Сибирский вестник психиатрии и наркологии @svpin

Рубрика: Лекции. Обзоры

Статья в выпуске: 1 (98), 2018 года.

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Проведенный анализ литературы, посвященной нейровизуальной картине головного мозга пациентов с наркотической зависимостью, позволяет сделать вывод о том, что практически у всех пациентов имеется дефицит нейрональных связей в отделах мозга, отвечающих за вознаграждение и импульсивность. В настоящем обзоре основное внимание уделено исследованиям, использующим позитронно-эмиссионную томографию (ПЭТ), функциональную магнитно-резонансную томографию (МРТ) и электроэнцефалографию (ЭЭГ) для исследования поведенческих нарушений у пациентов с наркотической зависимостью.

Дофамин, электроэнцефалография (ээг), магнитно-резонансная томография (мрт), позитронно-эмиссионная томография (пэт), префронтальная кора

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IDR: 142212925   |   DOI: 10.26617/1810-3111

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