ADDitude: Different types of ADHD are rooted in different areas of the brain, study says

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A recent brain imaging study1 suggests that different ADHD subtypes each originate in a distinct part of the brain, and may in fact be separate disorders. The results, if replicated, would challenge long-standing beliefs that ADHD is one disorder with several common variations, and may open the door to more personalized treatment strategies, the study’s authors said. (January 9, 2018)

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