Follow-up MRI study of prefrontal volumes in first-episode psychotic patients

C. C. Dickey, D. F. Salisbury, A. I. Nagy, Y. Hirayasu, C. U. Lee, R. W. McCarley, M. E. Shenton
Schizophr Res
Volume 71, Pages 349-351
2004

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Abstract

Structural MRI findings of abnormalities in the prefrontal cortex in schizophrenia and affective disorder have been inconsistent likely due to small, heterogeneous samples, the evaluation of prefrontal gray and white matter combined, and the fact that prefrontal cortex is typically not delineated into separate gyri (e.g., Shenton et al., 2001; Strakowski et al., 2002).


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Dickey CC, Salisbury DF, Nagy AI, Hirayasu Y, Lee CU, McCarley RW, Shenton ME. Follow-up mri study of prefrontal volumes in first-episode psychotic patients. Schizophr Res 2004;71:349-351.

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