Author(s): Amen DG, Trujillo M, Newberg A, Willeumier K, Tarzwell R,
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Abstract Over the past 20 years brain Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography (SPECT) imaging has developed a substantial, evidence-based foundation and is now recommended by professional societies for numerous indications relevant to psychiatric practice. Unfortunately, SPECT in clinical practice is utilized by only a handful of clinicians. This article presents a rationale for a more widespread use of SPECT in clinical practice for complex cases, and includes seven clinical applications where it may help optimize patient care.
This article was published in Open Neuroimag J
and referenced in Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy