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NEW 2011 - See our new Major Depressive Disorder Neuroimaging Database at www.depressiondatabase.org and accompanying paper in the July 2011 issue of Archives of General Psychiatry
This website hosts the Bipolar Disorder Imaging Database (BiND) referred to in the September 2008 issue of Archives of General Psychiatry. The database and meta-analysis are contained in an Excel spreadsheet file which may be freely downloaded from this website.
The database contains information of 141 studies which have investigated brain structure (using MRI and CT scans) in patients with bipolar disorder compared to a control group. Ninety-eight studies and 47 brain structures are included in the meta-analysis.
The scientific paper in Archives of General Psychiatry which contains details about database and meta-analysis may be accessed for free, click here. To view the abstract on MEDLINE available click here.
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BiND v1.0 (3Mb Excel file, contains database and meta-analysis)
BiND database only v1.0 (500Kb Excel file, database only)
BiND poster ICDB2009_Pittsburgh (276Kb PDF file - poster presented at ICBD 2009)
Information on calculating an updated efect size (10Kb PDF file)
List of brain regions for literature reviews (1Mb Excel file, useful for carrying out a literature review for 372 brain structures)
© Matthew Kempton 2008-2009
This research was undertaken by Matthew Kempton (Institute of Psychiatry), John Geddes (University of Oxford), Ulrich Ettinger (Institute of Psychiatry), Steve Williams (Institute of Psychiatry) and Paul Grasby (MRC Clinical Sciences Centre).