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The mean TFHD of the 11 patients who had had a heavy drinking day was 21.27 [+ o -] 26.95.
A high basal MACS score and not taking naltrexone were independent predictive factors for early relapse or TFHD (Table 1).
The reverse relationship between the MACS score and TFHD showed that a higher level of alcohol craving increases the probability of relapse in the first 12 weeks of recovery (15).
In addition, patients who took oral naltrexone treatment 50 mg/day had a statistically longer TFHD than those who did not take naltrexone.
We did not find a significant relationship between IBZM binding and TFHD, suggesting IBZM-SPECT is not an effective early relapse predictor in alcohol-dependent patients.