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Neuroimaging and ADHD: Findings, Limitations, and Promise

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neuroimaging facilitates the collection of biological measurements of the brain, aiming to increase our understanding of the biological underpinnings of ADHD and potentially facilitate the application of findings in clinical settings to aid in diagnosis and treatment.In recent years, neuroimaging studies for ADHD have yielded some significant developments and promising directions for further exploration.

At the same time, efforts are underway to resolve a range of challenges, limitations, and barriers to robust analysis and meaningful applications.By identifying biological measures for ADHD, researchers can offer substantial and nuanced new ways of characterizing this heterogeneous disorder, which appears to be rooted in genetic,.

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