“Cognitive” Subtype of Depression May Be Resistant to Common Drugs

“Cognitive” Subtype of Depression May Be Resistant to Common Drugs

Publication date: Jun 27, 2023

Researchers said that targeting these cognitive dysfunctions with less commonly used antidepressants or other treatments may alleviate symptoms and help restore social and occupational abilities. Want more breaking news? The fMRI tracked neuronal activity by measuring changes in blood oxygen levels, which showed levels of activity in different brain regions corresponding to Go or NoGo responses. Subscribe to Technology Networks daily newsletter, delivering breaking science news straight to your inbox every day. Its mostly making observations and self-report measures.

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Type Source Name
drug DRUGBANK Oxygen
disease MESH insomnia
drug DRUGBANK Norepinephrine
drug DRUGBANK Venlafaxine
drug DRUGBANK Sertraline
drug DRUGBANK Escitalopram
disease MESH major depressive disorder
drug DRUGBANK Tropicamide
disease MESH cognitive dysfunction
drug DRUGBANK Serotonin
disease MESH mood disorder

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