Communications Biology

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How amygdala plays in obsessive-compulsive disorder: Magnetic resonance imaging reveals a specific role of amygdala subregions

Accumulating evidence show amygdala involved in obsessive-compulsive disorder(OCD). Prior studies typically examined the amygdala as a homogeneous structure. Here we segment the amygdala with connectivity-based parcellation approach and suggest disorganized amygdala subregional networks in OCD.
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Jan 04, 2023