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Possibilities of Resting State Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging in the Assessment of the Functional State of the Brain in Patients with Opioid Addiction
Journal of Psychiatry and Psychiatric Disorders
and Purpose: The opioid addiction is among the most often found types of addictive pathology conceding on prevalence only to an alcohol addiction. To estimate the functional state of the brain in patients with opioid dependence syndrome using fMRI. Materials and Methods : 82 men were examined, 64 of them aged 30.9+2.6 years having opioid dependence syndrome (F11.2). The control group (CG) included 18 healthy. Functional MRI was performed on Siemens Espree 1.5T MRI system using the BOLDdoi:10.26502/jppd.2572-519x0071 fatcat:tascpxxztzhylnb6oghzbvro7q