Short-term plasticity of gray matter associated with leptin deficiency and replacement
Context: Leptin affects neurogenesis, neuronal growth, and viability. We previously reported that leptin supplementation increased gray matter (GM) concentration in the anterior cingulate gyrus (ACG), cerebellum, and inferior parietal lobule, areas that are also involved in food intake. Objective: The aim of this study was to report the changes in brain structure at different states of leptin supplementation. Design: We conducted a nonrandomized trial. Setting and Patients: We studied three...[Show more]
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